Cash-van snatch ILLANA FRANTZ
Smashed: Three people sustained light injuries in an accident on Sir Lowry’s Pass near Grabouw on Monday. The pile-up, which involved two cars, a bakkie and motorcycle, was set off when one of the cars collided head-on with the bakkie. Another car ploughed into the two vehicles, and an approaching motorcyclist was thrown off his bike when he lost control of it in an attempt to avoid the collision. The road was partially closed to clear the scene. Photo: ER24
Bus service launches Monday
Ontbloter skok nóg slagoffers
Businesses liquidated in Helderberg
A CASH-in-transit van guard was robbed of two cases carrying an undisclosed amount of money early Monday morning. The robbery took place at the BP Express Shop in Broadway Road (on the R44, next to Spar) at 07:27. The drama unfolded after the armoured security vehicle of G4S Cash Services stopped in front of the shop at the garage. The driver remained in the vehicle while the passenger went into the shop to collect the cash. Upon his return, he was approached by two men “who threatened him with a firearm”, says lieutenant colonel André Traut, provincial police spokesperson. “They robbed him of the two boxes containing an undisclosed amount of cash.” Dawie Theron, one of the owners of the shop, says he is relieved no one was injured during the robbery. “It happened outside the store, and luckily no employees or customers were injured. Everything happened so fast – the whole incident was over in about 20 seconds, before anyone even realised what was going on.” He adds that an incident such as this teaches one to be more careful. He prefers not to disclose the amount of money that was stolen. According to a police report, the robbers fled the scene in a white Toyota Conquest with a distinctive mark on the bonnet; the mark is round, red and slightly faded. The robbers are described as being between the ages of 25 and 30 years. Anyone with information helpful to the case is urged to phone the investigating officer, warrant officer Shaun Swan of the police’s Organised Crime Unit, on 0 082 469 2164. ) Another armed robbery took place on Monday at the Macassar Engen Service Station.
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Thursday, 26 January 2012 STRAND
Nóg ’n slagoffer van Strand-ontbloter vertel NÁ berigte in DistriksPos van ’n middeljarige man wat homself aan vroue op die strande in die Helderberg ontbloot, het nóg ’n slagoffer na vore gekom. Die vrou, wat in Malmesbury woon en jaarliks saam met haar gesin na hul strandhuis in die Strand kom, sê sy het al twee keer dié ontbloter teëgekom. Sy sê sy het besluit om te praat, nadat sy ander vroue se soortgelyke ervarings met die ontbloter in DistriksPos op 12 en 19 Januarie gelees het. “Ek is bereid om gegewens te verstrek wat tot hulp kan wees in die opsporing van so ’n gewetenlose vroue-molesteerder,” sê die vrou wat verkies om anoniem te bly. Die eerste voorval het in die 2010–’11 De-
sember-skoolvakansie gebeur. “Ons was daagliks by die see en eendag terwyl ek toesig oor my kinders in die see hou, het ’n onbekende lang, blanke donker-kop man met effe grys hare aan weerskante van sy kop, plek langs my ingeneem,” vertel sy. “Hy is ongeveer 45 jaar oud, het ’n pet op sy kop gehad, ’n donkerbril gedra en ’n rugsak by hom gehad. Skokkend was my ervaring toe hy langs my kom sit, homself begin ontbloot, en op ’n onwelvoeglike wyse my aandag op sy liggaamsdele wou vestig.” Die man het nie met haar probeer kommunikeer nie. Sy het hom net ignoreer, haar kinders gaan roep, die strand verlaat en die saak daar gelaat.
Die tweede keer wat sy hom teëgekom het, was 11 Januarie vanjaar. “Ek was wéér op die sand en tot my ontsteltenis het dieselfde man wéér langs my kom sit. Ek het hom dadelik herken en hy het my aandag probeer kry deur presies dieselfde patroon en hom voor my ontbloot,” vertel sy. Die uiters geskokte vrou het opgespring en vir hom gesê dat sy dade waansinnig is en dat hy siek is. Hy het opgestaan, die strand verlaat en in ’n wit dubbelkajuitbakkie geklim en weggery. ) Enigiemand met meer inligting oor die man, of moontlik ’n foto, kan die DistriksPos by 021 853 0211 skakel of ’n e-pos stuur na firstname.lastname@example.org.
A woman (38) was admitted to hospital inaseriousconditionafterahorseriding accident in Gordon’s Bay on Saturday. She is said to have been thrown off the horse she was riding near noon on Firlands Farm. Paramedics performed advanced life support on the rider, who sustained various broken bones and suspected chest, neck and back injuries, before she was transported to Tygerberg Hospital.
After the shock: Police rushed to the scene shortly after an armed robbery took place at the BP Express Shop in Broadway Road on Monday morning at 07:27. A cash-in-transit van was robbed there by two men; see page 1 for more. Photo: Illana Frantz
SIR LOWRY’S PASS
Ma vas ná sy seun vasketting DELIAH BRINKHUIS
’n MA van drie van Sir Lowry’s Pass het gister (Woensdag) in die Somerset-Wes-landdroshof op ’n klag van kindermishandeling verskyn. Bubelwa Nkhosana (28) is verlede Woensdag in hegtenis geneem nadat bure haar vyfjarige seun en sy tweejarige neef in ’n plakkershut in die Rastakamp woongebied gekry het, waar hul alleen toegesluit was. Die oudste seun was met ’n ketting aan ’n bed vasgemaak. ’n Buurman het na bewering die kinders deur ’n venster in die slaapkamer gesien. Hy het sy buurvrou Christina Klaasen van die voorval vertel. Klaasen het omstreeks 11:50, toe sy haar dogtertjie by die kleuterskool gaan haal het, ander ouers van dié kinders wat toegesluit is vertel. Klaasen sê die jonger seun het op ’n kassie voor die venster gestaan. Daar was ’n emmer langs die ouer seun wat kaal bolyf was en ’n bruin fluweelbroek aangehad het. Met die polisie se aankoms was die kinders egter nie in die huis nie. Nkhosana het hulle intussen kom haal ná ’n buurman haar skynbaar by die gemeenskapsaal waar sy werk, gebel het. ’n Plaaslike inwoner, Celeste Robertson het haar kort hierna by die ingang van die woongebied vasgetrek waar sy die kinders by haar gehad het. Estie de Jager, ’n maatskaplike werker van Helderberg Kindersorg het bevestig dat die kinders in ’n plek van veiligheid is. Nkhosana het ook ’n sesjarige seun en 12-jarige dogter.
Twee kinders (twee en vyf jaar oud) is verlede Woensdag in die hittegolf alleen in ’n plakkershut in Sir Lowry’s Pass toegesluit.
Celeste Robertson het die ma gekry.
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Thursday, 26 January 2012 NEWS 1–15
Face of the Helderberg
YOUNG AT HEART
Freshlyground will soon perform at the Paul Cluver Forest Amphitheatre. Page 42
PENSIONERS Animal Welfare will hold a R1 clothing and book sale next Thursday. Page 13
FAMILIES Don't miss the weekly Blaauwklippen Vineyards Family Market for good food and great fun. Page 13
INDULGENCE Enjoy an ice-cream and wine tasting at the Clos Malverne restaurant in Devon Valley. Page 16
Making a statement: Billy Brown picked up the cross on 1 October 1990, making him a Christian for 21 years. Asked why he dresses up in the manner he does, Brown answers that he is portraying a message of peace. By wearing garments from different cultures, he says, he shows that there can be unity among all people. Photo: Steven Phyffer, Oakpics
NEWS SUMMARY AFTER DistrictMail published an article last week about an elderly man who exposes himself to women on the beach, another victim has come forward to tell her story. This woman, from Malmesbury, has had two encounters with the man, the first during the holidays of December 2010 and January 2011, and the second on 11 January this year. – Page 2 A WOMAN employed by the Macassar Engen service station was arrested on Monday in connection with an armed robbery that took place at this business earlier that day. The robbers are still at large after they fled the scene with over R100 000. According to the police, the robbery took place just after 08:00, when a man entered the store in Bind Avenue under the pretext of wanting to buy oil. – Page 4 THUGS are attacking unsuspecting cyclists in the Helderberg. Somerset West resident Coen Deetlefs was targeted for his bicycle when he rode on the R102 (next to Firgrove) last Thursday. Two men pushed him off his bicycle and took off, but he chased after them and retrieved his bicycle. – Page 4
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Thursday, 26 January 2012 MACASSAR
Kassier vas ná gewapende roof DELIAH BRINKHUIS
’n VROULIKE werker van die Macassar Engen-vulstasie is Maandag in hegtenis geneem in verband met die gewapende roof by dié besigheid, vroeër die dag. Die rower is steeds op vrye voet nadat meer as R100 000 gebuit is en hy op die vlug geslaan het. Volgens die polisie het die roof omstreeks 08:10 gebeur toe die man die vulstasie se winkel in Bindlaan binnegegaan het onder die voorwendsel dat hy olie wou koop. Die rower het na bewering ’n vuurwapen
op die kassier, wat agter ’n sekuriteitshek gesit het, gerig toe sy die olie aan hom oorhandig. Hy het haar twee keer beveel om die sekuriteitshek oop te maak en sy het gehoor gegee. Die rower het haar na bewering in ’n kantoor gedwing waar die bestuurder besig was om die naweek se kontant te kontroleer. Volgens Alain Locmant, woordvoerder vir die Macassar-polisie, het die rower die loop van die vuurwapen in die bestuurder se sy gedruk en hom beveel om die geld te oorhandig. Hy het die geld gegryp en ’n Ford Bantam-bakkie wat voor die vulstasie par-
keer was, gekaap. Locmant sê die Macassar-polisie het die man wat in die rigting van Khayelitsha gery het, agternagesit, vanwaar die polisie se blitspatrollie by hulle aangesluit het. Die rower het die bakkie in Baden Powellrylaan tot stilstand gebring en tussen die plakkershutte ingevlug. Die 27-jarige kassier is later die dag in hegtenis geneem en het gister (Woensdag) in die Somerset-Weshof verskyn. Mense wat met die ondersoek kan help, kan speur-ao. Carl Rosenberg by 021 857 7100 of 021 857 7108 bel.
Amper nuut ILLANA FRANTZ
HERSTELWERK aan die huis van die Liebenberg-gesin, ná ’n vragmotor op 6 Desember daarin vasgery het, is in die finale fase. Vicky, ma van drie, vertel dat hulle beplan om die sitkamer, waar sy en die kinders gedurende die voorval gesit het, na die agterkant van die huis te verskuif. Die vragmotor het hulle met enkele meters gemis. “Die kinders is steeds ’n bietjie jumpy vir harde geluide en hou nie eintlik meer daarvan om in die sitkamer te sit nie. Die verskuiwing is meer van ’n voorsorgmaatreël. Ons is nou baie meer versigtig en oplettend ná dié insident.” Vicky sê die trok is twee dae later deur die eienaar van die maatskappy, Geldenhuys Vervoer, verwyder. Sy en haar man het in die huis aangebly, want die deur kon steeds toesluit. Die kinders het vir die eerste aand by hul grootouers geslaap. Sy sê sy was beïndruk met die mense in die omgewing se behulpsaamheid. Baie bure het vir hulle slaapplek aangebied. Sy het ook groot lof vir raadslid Stuart Pringle vir
Vicky Liebenberg by haar huis wat in die in die finale fase van konstruksie is. al sy hulp en bystand. Sy meen dat die aangeleentheid glad verloop het en dat almal hul samewerking gegee het – van Geldenhuys Vervoer tot die versekering. Die tydelike heining wat opgerig is, is steeds daar en hulle beplan om sementpaaljies teenaan te bou as ’n toekomstige voorsorgmaatreël. Ten spyte van die insident, bly Vicky positief. “My kinders kon die dag van die ongeluk buite gespeel het, dan het ek hulle nie meer vandag gehad nie. Dinge kon soveel erger gewees het, so ons is net dankbaar.”
Die trok, kort nadat dit op 6 Desember in die huis van die Liebenberg-gesin in Irenelaan vasgery het.
Fietsryers geteiken ILLANA FRANTZ
Coen Deetlefs se helm is in die aanval gekraak.
DIE blyk ’n tendens van boosdoeners wat niksvermoedende fietsryers aanval en beroof, is besig om kop uit te steek. Dit is wat Donderdag (19 Januarie) met Coen Deetlefs van Somerset-Wes gebeur het. Coen sê hy ry al die afgelope ses maande soggens sy fiets op die R102 (langs Firgrove). Hy het dié betrokke oggend omstreeks 08:30 in die rigting van Eersterivier gery het en twee mans onder die Baden Powell-brug sien sit. “Dis vroegoggend, so ’n mens dink nie iets daarvan as jy mense langs die pad sien sit nie. Mense is op pad werk toe en baie wag vir ’n lift om hulle te kom haal.” Coen sê toe hy verby die mans kom, het een opgespring en hom van sy fiets afgegooi. Hy het hard teen die pad te lande gekom en sy kop gekap dat sy helm kraak. Een man het weggehardloop en die ander een het sy fiets gegryp en teen die verkeer begin hardloop. Hy het die man agterna gesit en ’n motoris het gestop en ook probeer om die vermeende dief te vang. Die man het die fiets laat val, oor die treinspoor gehardloop en verdwyn. Coen vertel: “Die fietse is nie goedkoop nie en ek moes ten minste ’n effort maak om my eiendom terug te kry.” Naas sy helm het Coen se sonbril ook gebreek, hy het kneusplekke op sy lyf en sy fiets is beskadig. Hy moes nuwe speke vir sy wiel uit Johannesburg bestel. “Ek is ’n groot man. As hulle dit met my kon waag, wat nog van ’n vrou? Hulle is soft targets so vir hulle kan dit soveel erger wees.”
Thursday, 26 January 2012
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Thursday, 26 January 2012
Rock of Ages.
Helderberg in shock over double liquidation NIKITA SYLVESTER
FOR some Helderberg residents the start of 2012 was not a time of celebration but one of trepidation – three well-established businesses in the area have closed their doors recently. Builders Friend in Somerset West, Lumber City in Strand and Rock of Ages in the Gants Centre, Strand, are all names with which Helderberg residents are familiar. The news that these businesses
have gone into liquidation – or may face this fate – has shocked the community. Hundreds of workers face the prospect of unemployment. Thys Lourens, attorney for Builders Friend owner Jurgens Geldenhuys and Lumber City owner Johan Steyl, has confirmed that both businesses have gone into liquidation. Despite the fact that Builders Friend has been in existence since 1986, the business was compelled to
liquidate on Tuesday 17 January. “At this stage my client [Jurgens Geldenhuys] does not wish to offer further comment as it is already a huge disappointment for everyone involved and affected by this action,” Lourens says. DistrictMail approached employees of Builders Friend for their comment on the matter, but they were reluctant to speak. “We were asked to not divulge anything that was said there, so we are going to honour that,” says an employee
who wishes to remain anonymous. Lourens adds that his other client, Steyl of Lumber City, is also “extremely disappointed” and would likewise prefer not to elaborate due to the sensitivity of the matter. “Given the present economic situation he had no other option but to liquidate this business on 10 January,” says Lourens. Steyl has been the owner of Lumber City since 2000. Rock of Ages was also closed re-
Diefstal laat hul naamloos: Dr. Haasbroek en Vennote in Heldervue loop erg deur onder booswigte wat gereeld hul koper-naamplate steel. Sewe van die naamplate, wat sowat R650 een kos, is vroeg in die jaar gesteel. “Dit is duur en ons naam ly daaronder, want die name van ons dokters is daarop,” sê Annietjie Kotze wat hier werk. “Die plate dra sentimentele waarde vir baie by die kliniek en baie is al meer as 15 jaar oud.” Enigiemand met inligting oor dié diefstalle, kan die Somerset-Wes-polisie by 021 850 1303 skakel.
Staalnes vir duiwe: Twee duif-eiers lê in ’n nes van rondlê-staal ná hul ouers twee weke gelede by die Curudo Werkswinkel in die Gants-sentrum dood gevind is. “Ek vermoed hulle het met suur in aanraking gekom want ons het dié week baie met dit gewerk,” sê die bestuurder, Gerhard Russouw. “Hulle het heen en weer hier ingevlieg en ek het gedink hulle maak nes. Ek gaan dit by my hou, maar as iemand dit wil hê kan hulle dit kry.” Hank Chalmers, mede-eienaar van Eagle Encounters by Spier, sê dis onwaarskynlik dat aluminiumsnysels verantwoordelik kon wees vir die dood van die duiwe. Daar kan verskeie oorsake wees, onder meer ’n gifstof of selfs natuurlike oorsake. So ver Chalmers se kennis strek is aluminium nie giftig vir voëls nie. “Die kuikens sal teen dié tyd dood wees, omdat hulle nie onbepaald kan oorleef sonder inkubasie nie.”
cently. However, owner Chris de Beer could not tell DistrictMail whether this business had also been liquidated or just temporarily closed, before the paper’s time of going to print. A neighbouring business informs DistrictMail that, when Rock of Ages closed in December last year, they were under the impression that the business had merely closed for the holidays, but they’ve noticed that Rock of Ages hasn’t opened its doors since.
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Thursday, 26 January 2012 NEWS 1–15
New bus service set to launch FOLLOWING numerous requests from commuters under siege by soaring fuel prices, Golden Arrow Bus Services will start a new bus service between Somerset West and Stellenbosch on Monday 30 January. The route, which will start at the Strand terminus along Main Road, will link up with the Park & Ride interchange opposite Southey’s Vines in Main Road Somerset West. From there, the route will continue along the R44, entering Stellenbosch at Merriman Avenue and terminating at the intersection of Cluver Street and Helshoogte Road. The new service is expected to attract a diverse commuter grouping that is set to include students, teachers, academics and personnel engaged in the many different sectors of the town of Stellenbosch. It is envisaged that, with increased patronage, the service will contribute to easing the congestion experienced along the busy R44 highway and indirectly alleviate the high frequency of accidents that occur along this busy road. With no rail link between the towns of Somerset West and Stellenbosch, the 22,3 km route has been under pressure from traffic. The new service will usher in a costeffective travel option for commuters shuttling between these two towns. The morning peak trips are scheduled
them have been pegged at R12,50 and R10. As a temporary measure during the start-up phase, clipcards can be obtained fromamobilevantobestationedatSouthey’s Vines, as well as from the bus drivers themselves. Once the service is in full swing, commuters will be able to purchase their clipcards from Mojo Cosmetics, shop 3, Victoria building, Church Way, Somerset West. The new service has been endorsed by the Western Cape Department of Transport and is the first scheduled bus service to operate between the two towns.
Trial time The bus service between the Helderberg and Stellenbosch launches on Monday. for departure from Somerset West at 07:00 and 08:15, while the afternoon peak departure times from Stellenbosch are 16:45 and 17:15. Departure times from the Strand terminus in the morning are 06:45 and 08:00. Fares are as follows: ) Strand–Stellenbosch: 10-ride clipcard – R200 (R20 per trip); 48-ride clipcard – R880.
) Somerset West–Stellenbosch: 10-ride clipcard – R150 (R15 per trip); 48-ride clipcard – R660. The expiry date of the 10-ride clipcard is 14 days, while the 48-ride clipcard expires 37 days after purchase. Cash fares: ) Strand to Stellenbosch – R25; Somerset West to Stellenbosch – R20. Halfway points are still to be determined, but the fares to
The service will be oper ated on a three-month trial basis, an d will be continued sh ould sufficien t support from commut ers prove it to be sustainable in the long term . Further enqu iries regard ing the service can be made to Golden Arrow’s Southgate depot 0 021 370 46 on 00, or the C ity of Cape Town’s Tran sport Inform ation Centre on 0 0800 63 64 65.
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Thursday, 26 January 2012
District Praising the protectors
Mail EDITORIAL COLUMN
Some dreams do come true FOR more than six years, DistrictMail has been campaigning against the lack of public transport between the Helderberg and Stellenbosch. Our community has been pleading for years for a safe, affordable shuttle service between these two areas. This dream will finally become a reality on Monday. Golden Arrow Bus Services will launch a new bus route, leaving from the Helderberg in the morning and departing from Stellenbosch in the afternoon. To each and every individual who was part of this “fight”, and who voiced their need for such a service – this victory is yours. Now it is up to everyone to support these buses in order for them to become a permanent service, and to be expanded in the future. The need for public transport in the Helderberg, and across the country, is still immense. There are numerous children, elderly citizens and vulnerable men and women who have to rely on their feet to get to school, work, home. Many have to follow unsafe routes every day. As a community and a country, we have a very long way to go to solve our transport problems. However, this bus service is a step towards better circumstances; and for the moment all in need of it can rejoice.
I WAS privileged enough to attend the annual general meeting of the Somerset West Community Police Forum last week. The CPF facilitates interaction between the people of Somerset West and our local SAPS branch, and also provides a platform for the Metro Police and other role players in the safety and security sector to report back to taxpayers about their work in our community. This interaction has been made easier by the Somerset West station commander, colonel MaryAnne Williams, who goes beyond the call of duty in her service to the people of Somerset West. From the hard work that the police services and associated agencies perform every day, to the extra effort put in during the festive season, they deserve our wholehearted vote of thanks. I also want to mention the great work performed by the reservists
in assisting the SAPS; the many successful neighbourhood watches operating in Somerset West who provide an invaluable service in being the ears and eyes in the community; the Helderberg Crime Watch, which is always ready to go the extra mile; and everyone else who gives up their valuable time to assist the police services in building the safe community that we are lucky enough to live in. Unfortunately, some members of the public are often all too quick to criticise the sterling efforts of these people, and do very little to assist in upholding the law and public safety, and instead indulge in finger-pointing. How many otherwise–lawabiding citizens don’t indulge in breaking the law every day in ways that they think don’t matter? This includes illegally setting off fireworks at New Year in residential areas, driving after having had that extra glass of wine,
and speeding when no one is looking – not to mention the use of cellphones whilst driving, and every other little way in which the general public is selective in what laws apply to them. Crime prevention starts with every single person taking the responsibility not to disobey the law, and zero tolerance starts with ourselves. Accordingly, we make the work of the already-understaffed and overworked police personnel and supporting organisations all the more difficult, and we owe them a great vote of thanks for the hard work they perform. It is time that all the citizens of our town take responsibility for their own behaviour, and for ensuring that we all comply with our social responsibilities in sticking within the boundaries of the law.
COUNCILLOR BENEDICTA VAN MINNEN
Say your say SMSes received regarding the flasher on our beach (DistrictMail front page, 19 January): ) It would be helpful if a police telephone number could be published so that victims of indecent exposure on beaches can call for help and perpetrators can be caught in the act. ) Daai man is ’n gevaar vir die jong kinders. Waar is die wetstoepassers? Cindy ) Slagoffers moet ’n foto neem vir die polisie en koerant; of ’n plastieksak vol water gebruik om hom af te koel. Ma Other messages: ) You advertise the band 3D often in the Mail; thank you, those guys rock! ) Thank you, Raymond from Mr Clean, for cleaning our carpets better than they have ever been done. Jenah, Somerset West ) The photo on page 2 (DistrictMail, 19 January) of the body on the beach refers: the two ladies sitting under the beach umbrella, were they there before the body was found and too shocked to move, or did they sit there and only notice the body afterwards? Cheryl ) Aan Mnr. Van Wyk: Dankie vir die altyd vriendelike diens wat u aan die gemeenskap by Macassar-daghospitaal verskaf.
Thank you all so much DUE to a sudden and unexpected health setback, I was admitted to Mediclinic Vergelegen on Thursday 7 December. I would like to express my gratitude for the caring concern shown by the following people: Dr SJ (Fanie) Botha – Strand; Danie
van den Berg and Ilona Norman of Danie Van den Berg & Associates – Somerset West; Dr Wellman and the attending staff at Mediclinic; the staff of Medsac in Strand; Mr E le Roux of Rowan & Pullen in Strand for his professional assistance; and, lastly,
Give him a taste of it ON probably one of the hottest days this past two weeks a dog was left in a car while the owner was shopping (and had coffee)! The time this poor dog was in the hot car was longer than 30 minutes! You would be shocked to find out what the temperature was that day, and even that time. It happened on 16 January at 16:38 at Somerset Mall. This man should have been arrested,
locked up (and the key thrown away). Maybe we as human beings should put him in a car on a hot day and leave him for 30 minutes, to let him feel what his dog went through. Please do something to prevent this from happening in future!
ANIMAL LOVER AND HUMAN BEING
Jackie Wilmot of Global Travel at the Mall, for her patient guidance with travel arrangements and subsequent cancellation of my plans. You have all gone the extra mile and I appreciate and recommend each and everyone of you.
MRS EJ (JO) STEMMETT STRAND
) Interviewers should consider the anxiety and desperation of job applicants before them. I found myself before a female interviewer last week, regarding a coffee shop manager position. She initiated by suggesting that I’m 48 years of age (which is older than my true age), she continued to rudely interrupt my every sentence, then after a few minutes, flew up. And on her way to the door announced: “Nee wat, daar’s veel meer verdienstelike applikante as jy! Dankie vir jou tyd.” What an ignorant twit. You Know Who, Strand ) Strand gaan dag na dag agteruit en die owerhede doen niks. Jare word baklei oor die pier en seemuur, maar hul spandeer eerder geld op naamsveranderings. Cobus Germishuys ) Rebecca Kaps, Somerset West: happy 13th birthday, our sweetheart. You are growing up so fast. We love you. Mom, Dad, Kes and Rachel ) Hoe op aarde kry julle ’n waarde van R1 108 miljoen vir 2 216 kreefsterte. Dis R500 ’n stert! Ek is in die kreefbedryf en teen R500 ’n stert gaan ons beslis nou ons hele kwota stert, in plaas daarvan om dit lewendig uit te voer. Johann – Die polisie het die waarde aan DistriksPos verskaf. Volgens ’n bron by mariene en kusbestuur, word die krewe glo getel en geweeg om die waarde te bepaal (red.). ) Thinking of you dad, Ernie Swartz, on 23 January when you where called home four years ago to be with our heavenly father. Miss you so much! Love, Jenna ) Happy birthday to Coum Koopman. May God bless you. Aunty Lily, Inge and Lilian
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Thursday, 26 January 2012
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Over a relatively short period of time an occupancy level of 50% on our single units has been reached, which is a reflection of the demand for a much needed dementia and Alzheimer’s care solution. This is summarized in the response received from Dorette, daughter of our first resident, Mrs. De Lange when asked about the Livewell Suites facility:
“My mom always wanted only the best for me. Now that she has dementia, I am happy knowing that at Livewell Suites she will be able to enjoy the beautiful garden, warmth, companionship and individual care she now deserves”.
winelands support group
As a Livewell initiative, Sr Madelein Duvenhage is heading up the new Winelands Support Group which has been established to provide support and guidance to families and carers of people with dementia and Alzheimer’s. The group has been established for the Paarl, Stellenbosch, Helderberg, Hermanus and surrounding areas. For more information, please contact Madelein on the details provided.
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Tragic loss opens AWS debate TODAY my life was turned upside down due to heartbreak and disappointment. Her name was Skylah, and she was only six months old when she was diagnosed with a disease also known as cat flu. Three months ago I took her to animal welfare in Gordon’s Bay to get vaccinated, and the first thing they asked me was whether I was working; I told them I was not as I had been retrenched in December 2010, and only my fiancé is working currently. We live hand-to-mouth and have been going to interviews more then I can count. They told me that the vaccination alone was R150, which I of course don’t have. The lady gave me de-worming tablets and told me I could go dip her. I was shocked, as that’s the nicest way to say, “If you can’t pay then you don’t get the service.” On Sunday morning Skylah had three epileptic attacks. We immediately rushed her off to Helderberg Animal Welfare, where the vet gave her an antibiotic and tablets and told us to bring her back the next morning as he couldn’t tell me exactly what was wrong with her at that moment. In the end my fiance’s employer had to pay R285, because if we hadn’t, we wouldn’t have been helped. This morning she was taken to
the welfare again, only to be told that she had picked up some kind of disease known as “cat flu” – and that she was bleeding internally, and they couldn’t do anything for her. Writing this is the hardest thing to do, but someone has to say something because if I hadn’t been turned away three months ago I would still have had the most playful and cheerful puppy I could have asked for. I was willing to pay what I could, which is more then 50%.
ABIGAIL S STRAND Julia Evans, Helderberg AWS manager, responds: This is a sad story, but let me start from the beginning on how all welfare clients are treated (without exception). Every single person coming to the welfare to request vaccination or medical treatment for their animal is asked about their income. As a welfare we are abused by the general public that can afford a private vet, so it is crucial for us to know that we are assisting true welfare cases. Because of this, the owner would have been asked to provide an affidavit or proof of income. And it is this that people take exception to. Many leave in a rage, never to return. But if they are true welfare cases and do care for their animals,theycanmakethatsmalleffort.
The information is kept confidential. The cost of R150 for vaccination is an exaggeration on this owner’s part. I can guarantee that the owner would have been told that it’s R70 for the first vaccination (it includes the de-worming); the second vaccination (a month later) is R60, and the final vaccination is R80. The R150 may have been quoted for sterilisation – and this is a hugely reduced amount. If the owner cannot afford even that greatly discounted price, they should not own an animal. Animals, like children, cost money, and it is unfair to expect the welfare to support other people’s whims. We receive no governmental subsidies and we all work extremely hard at raising the necessary money to keep us going. The owner would also have been asked if they intended to breed the animal. This organisation will not support backyard breeders! If the animal is ill, the owner will be advised to give it up to the welfare so that it can be treated properly and then hopefully rehomed to a family that can afford proper care. It is a very sad story regarding this little pup, but the responsibility in getting proper care lies with the owner, not the welfare. But please bear in mind that the first vaccination is not a guarantee that a puppy won’t get the dreaded disease. It is a course of vaccinations that provides the proper cover.
Brazen thievery: Val von Bülow from Golden Acre, Somerset West, recently took this photo. “During the recent holidays this manhole cover at the Helderzicht Road entrance to Beaumont school was stolen,” Von Bülow writes. “Somewhere there is a scrap metal dealer without a conscience who accepted this, as he has done with many other manhole covers in the past. Why are we so helpless in the face of this rampant theft?”
Soup kitchen suspended THE Helderberg Street People’s Centre has been operating in Sir Lowry’s Pass Village for some four years, during which time the Day Care Centre has fed over 200 people every day. The centre’s committee has, however, taken a decision to suspend the operation of the kitchen pending a review of several aspects, including: a reassessment as to whether we are meeting the needs of the most vulnerable in the community; how such help can best be rendered; and what administrative processes and procedures can be put in place to ensure accountability and an effective use of limited resources. All other activities at
the centre will continue, such as skills training, the delivery of food to the sick in their homes, support for those who are infected or affected by HIV/Aids, as well as for orphaned and vulnerable children and those who have come off drugs. These measures are only applicable to Sir Lowry’s Pass Village and will not affect the soup kitchen in Somerset West. We would ask for the continued support and prayers of the Helderberg community.
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KOGEL BAY Beach blitz: A few caring Helderbergers spent hours cleaning up the trash-embattled Kogel Bay beach earlier this month after a festive-season littering spree left it in a “disgusting state”, says Richard Connell, one of the team members. “We spent a lot of time as kids surfing and camping at Kogel Bay, and to see it in such a bad way is upsetting.” So the team decided to take it upon themselves to pick up the rubbish – and filled 10 bin liners with trash including used tampons, soiled nappies, broken glass bottles, plastics, chip- and sweet-packets, among others. Ocean Minded, an organisation focused on keeping beaches clean, helped them dispose of the rubbish. The group of friends who took part in the clean-up are (from left) Dino Venturino, Gavin Joubert, Richard Connell, Bianca Botha, Zanchia Kotze and Tanya Botha. They have also created a group – Keep Kogelbaai Clean – on Facebook.
SOMERSET WEST Volunteers needed: The Somerset West police are looking for new volunteers for their victim support unit. Those interested should have a passion for people and the desire to assist people experiencing trauma. If you are a team player, between the ages of 35 and 65 and willing to be trained as a councillor, collect an application form from the victim support office between Tuesday and Friday. Currently involved at the victim support are (from left) Jackie de Souza, Suzan Jantjies, Tersia Theron and Wilma Jansen (coordinator). For more information phone Suzan or Wilma on 0 021 850 1393.
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Kyle in a cage KYLE BIRD (18) will raise awareness around the plight of abused animals by living in a kennel at the Helderberg Animal Welfare Society in Gordonâ€™s Bay from Friday to Sunday. Visit the kennels any time between 09:00 and 16:00 to chat to him â€“ and please donate a tin of pet food. Raffle tickets, boerewors rolls and cold drinks will be sold to raise funds. 0 021 856 0597.
Alice celebrates a century of life FORMER Somerset West resident Alice â€œLalâ€? Gibson celebrated her 100th birthday earlier this month. Around 60 family and friends attended her party on 14 January â€“ the day after her birthday â€“ at her home in Workingham, Berkshire, England. Alice, a stand-out member of the Helderberg community, moved back to England six years ago. She thoroughly enjoyed her involvement with the St John Ambulance Brigade, the Womenâ€™s Auxiliary at the Methodist Church, the Sequence Dance
Club and her knitting club, to name a few. After retiring and moving to South Africa in the early 1970s, Alice soon got bored and ended up working at the Patty Pan Tuisnywerheid for over 10 years. She was given the title of Dame Alice by the queen of England in the late â€™90s. Her grandson Allan Ware, who surprised her with a visit on her special day, says Lal sends her love to all her friends in South Africa. Should anyone wish to get in touch with her, give Allan a call on 0 082 515 8184 to find out her contact details.
Dudley and Jenny Rowswell (right), also from Somerset West, enjoy the festivities with cousin Judith Bonnell.
Alice conducts the music at her 100th birthday bash.
Alice shakes up the dance floor with her grandson, Allan Ware.
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26 January: Somerset West: ) The Friends of Richard Dawkins Association will meet at 19:00 for 19:30 at the Rotary Hall, on the corner of Cloetenberg and Lourensford Roads. Dr Mike Jarvis will speak on Defending a Theistic Evolution Worldview. 0 Peter Send: 076 535 5754. ) The Diabetic Support Group will meet in the Mediclinic Vergelegen restaurant at 18:30. 0 Peter Kinnaird: 021 851 7499 or email 2 firstname.lastname@example.org. ) The Helderberg Decorative Arts Society will host international lecturer Jean Moorcroft Wilson of London. Wilson will talk on The Bloomsbury Group at the library hall at 17:30. Guests are welcome. 0 Genevieve: 021 852 3685. ) The Hottentots Holland Bridge Club meets on Thursdays at 18:45 at Vonke House in Lourensford Road. Anyone interested in playing duplicate bridge can contact Andre Boonzaier: 0 021 851 6603. ) Tae-Bo fitness classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 18:00 to 19:00 at the United Church in Bright Street. Classes cost R5. All first-timers are asked to booktheirplace.0 CarmenBerry:076 976 2703.
28 January Somerset West: ) The Country Craft Market will take place at Southey’s Vines in Main Road from 08:00 to 13:00. Refreshments will be available, and there is plenty of free parking behind Southey’s Vines. 0 Gill: 021 852 6608 or visit www.countrycraftmarket.org. ) The St Paul’s book sale will take place in the St Paul’s Church hall in Andries Pretorious Street at 08:30. You’ll find a variety of best sellers and non-fiction books on a number of topics, including gardening, cookery and crafts. A tea garden will be open for refreshments. 0 Karen: 021 852 1410.
Stellenbosch: ) The Blaauwklippen Antique Fair will be held in the Main House on this day and the next from 10:00 to 15:30. Jewellery, china, glass, porcelain, art, linen, Africana, collectables and small furnishings will be for sale. Entrance is free. Call Barbara, the convenor, on 0 083 444 0133 if you have anything you’d like valued or sold.
29 Januarie Stellenbosch: ) The Blaauwklippen Vineyards Family Market will be held from 10:00 to 15:00. Enjoy delicious food, lifestyle products, fresh produce and much more while you sip excellent wine to the sound of live music. Children’s entertainment and pony rides will be available. 0 Hugo: 084 608 6325.
Somerset West: ) The Market Place on Hathersage Farm turns two this weekend, and to celebrate the occasion participating traders will show their appreciation for their supporters by slashing prices and throwing in a few freebies along the way. There will also be new exhibitors and a chance to win amazing hampers on the day. To enter the lucky draw simply email your name and contact number to 2 email@example.com. Winners must be present on the day to claim their prize. The market will be open from 09:00 to 14:00.
) Die ACVV Somerset-Wes hou ’n wit oliin Dummerstraat van fant-verkope 09:30 – 11:00. Bring gerus ’n ekstra geldjie vir heerlike kerrie-jaffels teen R8 een. Enigiemand kan vooraf bestellings plaas vir jaffels. 0 021 852 2103.
) Al-Anon meetings are held at 20:15 at St Paul’s Church. 0 Jackie: 021 851 7660.
Macassar: ) The Macassar Library Friends will host a karaoke evening with DJ Hummer at the Macassar Old Civic Centre. Doors open at 19:30 and tickets, which cost R25, are available at the Macassar Library.
Strand: ) Die NG-gemeente Strand hou ’n Môremark by die kerk van 08:30. Daar is pannekoek, poeding, gebak, plante, vrugte, groente, wit olifante en meer te koop.
1 Februarie Somerset-Wes: ) Fitness classes for women take place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 08:00 at the Baptist Church hall, on the corner of Hendriksz Road and Louw Avenue. 0 Marusa: 084 705 4828 or 2 firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 February Somerset West: ) Animal Welfare Helderberg will hold a R1 clothing sale and book sale at 08:30 at 42 Reitz Street.
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SIR LOWRY’S PASS
Gideon skryf ’n storm los ILLANA FRANTZ
SIR Lowry’s Pass-inwoner Gideon Strydom is een van ses finaliste vir vanjaar se Sanlam-prys vir Jeuglektuur en kan moontlik sy eerste boek op die rak hê. Gideon is ’n vryskutskrywer en gee ook Engelse en Afrikaanse taalklasse. Hy het verlede jaar sy MA-graad in Afrikaans en Nederlands aan die Rhodes-universiteit in Grahamstad verwerf. Dit is die eerste keer wat Gideon sy hand aan ’n jeugverhaal gewaag het. “Ek het op ’n jeugverhaal besluit, al is dit moeiliker om vir dié mark te skryf. Daar is baie spesifieke goed wat jy mag sê en nie mag sê nie, maar ek het uitgesien na die uitdaging,” vertel Gideon. Gideon sê die sluitingsdatum in die Afrikaanse kategorie was reeds in Junie verlede jaar en hy het “half amper van die kompetisie vergeet”. Hy sê hy het per onge-
Gideon Strydom. luk een aand terwyl hy op die LitNet webwerf besig was, gesien dat hy ’n finalis is. Gideon wou nie veel geheime oor die storielyn in die boek weggee nie, maar was wel bereid om te sê: “Dit gaan oor ’n hoërskool seun en alles waarmee hy moet deal”. Hy voeg by die tema van die boek is hoop. Ná Gideon jare gelede in Vryburg in Noord-Wes matrikuleer het, het hy aan die Universiteit van Pretoria gaan studeer. In sy
eerste jaar het hy die Kaap kom besoek en sy hart op die Moederstad verloor. Ná universiteit het hy oorsee gaan reis en sy vrou, Mariheca, ’n besigheidskonsultant oorspronklik van Johannesburg, in Londen ontmoet. Die egpaar het vier kinders. Oor die kompetisie is hy baie opgewonde. “Van die ander finaliste het reeds gepubliseer en ander het al gewen, so dis ’n taai stryd. Maar ons kyk maar wat gebeur,” sê hy met ’n glimlag. ) Die kompetisie het drie kategorieë: Afrikaans, Engels en Afrikatale. Altesaam 109 inskrywings is ontvang. Ses finaliste is in elke kategorie geïdentifiseer. In elke kategorie is daar twee pryse op die spel: R12 000 vir Goud en R6 000 vir Silwer. Die wenners word in Oktober by ’n glansgeleentheid in Johannesburg aangekondig. Die wenboeke sal kort daarna op winkelrakke en in e-boekformaat beskikbaar wees.
Dance your way through Dixieland 2012 THE next of the popular Dixieland festivals of music and picnicking takes place on Saturday 11 February. This year marks the 26th sunset concert, which will take place at Somerset College in Bredell Road (off the R44 between Somerset West and Stellenbosch). Organised by the Anns of the Helderberg Rotary Club, the event is set to feature plenty of family fun, dancing under the oaks, and scrumptious picnics. The Riverboat Jazz Band, saxophonist Gerald Foster and a marimba band will set the tone with their lively sounds. The original Riverboat Jazz Band was formed in 1978, and although there have been some changes in band members over the years, they are still very popular at corporate and private functions. They have also been playing at the Dixieland concert for a number of years, entertaining crowds with traditional Dixie jazz, ’50s swing, ’60s rock and great dance music. This year the talented and popular Lola Geiger will again be the accom-
The Riverboat Jazz Band. panying singer at the forthcoming Dixieland function. The current band leader, Vernon Varty, is a wellknown radio presenter at FMR. The gates open at 15:30 on Saturday 11 February; tickets cost R65 for adults and R10 for teenagers. Children under 12 get in for free. You can get your tickets at Dante Art & Décor (Waterstone Shopping Centre, Somerset West); Talking Books (The Circle Centre, Somerset West); Wordsworth (Somerset Mall); or at the gate on the day.
You can support the various food and drink stalls, or take your own picnic. Though a limited number of chairs are available for hire, the organisers ask people to take their own chairs and umbrellas – “and remember warm jackets, just in case”. Contact Sandra on 0 074 195 0797 or at 2 email@example.com, or Elza on 021 855 4691. ) All the funds raised through the Dixieland concerts are donated to local charities.
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Teenspoed stuit nie die vasbeslote jong man JASON FELIX
PAUL Steyn van Gordonsbaai gaan binnekort ’n staptog van net meer as 310 km met ’n kunsbeen aanpak – ’n sprekende voorbeeld van iemand wat sy verlies verwerk het. Steyn (25), oorspronklik van Uitenhage, begin sy staptog tussen Worcester en Kaapstad op 1 Februarie. “Ek doen dit uit liefde om ander mense te help,” sê Steyn. “Daar is baie mense wat hul bene verloor het en nie ’n prostese kan bekostig nie. Ek weet wat dit is om nie te kan loop nie.” Steyn se prostese het sowat R100 000 gekos. Sy nie-winsgewende maatskappy, die Paul Steyn Foundation, is gestig met die doel om geld in te samel om projekte te bemark en te beplan. Paul vertel dat hy sy been verloor het toe hy 13 jaar oud was ná ’n boskapperma-
‘Daar is baie mense wat hul bene verloor het en nie ’n prostese kan bekostig nie.’
sjien oor sy been gery het. “Dokters het probeer om my been te red, maar ná ses-maande se pogings het hulle besluit om dit net onder my knie te amputeer.” Paul se passie vir liefdadigheidswerk is ontwikkel in die dae toe hy die gemeenskapsontwikkeling en fondsinsamelingsportefeulje beklee het by Boland Kollege in Worcester. Planne is reeds aan die gang vir nog staptogte later vanjaar tussen Pietermaritzburg en Paarl en Port Elizabeth en Kaapstad. Verskeie besighede in die Helderberg borg Paul se staptog na Kaapstad. Hy beplan oornagstoppe in onder meer Ceres, Tulbagh, Riebeeck Kasteel en Melkbosstrand. Paul se ervaringe van die staptog kan op facebook.com/paulsteynfoundation gevolg word of besoek sy webtuiste www.paulsteynfoundation.org.za vir skenkings.
Bonsai Kai vergader in Eikestad DIE eerste vergadering van Boland Bonsai Kai vir 2012 is 28 Januarie om 09:00 by Oemfeethuis, blok A, Dewagenweg-kantoorpark, Stellentia, Stellenbosch. Mike Rich, ’n kenner van vyebome, gaan
demonstreer hoe om ’n pragtige wortel-oorrots-bonsai binne drie jaar te kry. Lede se bome en probleme sal bespreek en raad gegee word. Bel Willem Pretorius by 083 260 5696.
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Valentine’s Day at Waterkloof WATERKLOOF Estate is offering couples the estate’s Circumstance Chenin Blanc 2009. ultimate Valentine’s Day experience. This is followed by a kiss of rainbow trout A scene fit for a fairy tale will greet guests gravlax enriched with watercress mayoncome Tuesday 14 February; Waterkloof’s sig- naise and vodka–dill crème fraîche, accomnature “glass box” restaurant, set panied by a glass of Circumstance against the backdrop of the esSauvignon Blanc 2007. tate’s vineyards and offering a full You’ll continue with monkfish view of False Bay in the distance, served with crispy prawn, ginger is the perfect setting in which to beer, compressed apple and curry, celebrate your most romantic momatched with the Circumstance ments. For those with a taste for Viognier 2010. romance and the finer things in Next is the Karan beef, served life, chef Gregory Czarnecki has with shallot tarte tatin, root vegetaput together an exquisite menu bles and the estate’s elegant Circle comprising six contemporary Waterkloof chef of Life Red 2009, followed by the dishes, each served with a match- Gregory Czarnecki. chef’s signature lamb loin and Waing wine. terkloof’s Circumstance Cabernet Your Valentine’s with a View dinner starts Sauvignon 2009. You’ll end the evening on a with a light goat’s cheese mousse with pick- decadent high with Czarnecki’s Texture of led baby beetroot and walnut, served with the Chocolate, festooned with passion fruit bites
Waterkloof Estate. and paired with a flute of Steenberg Brut Chardonnay. The dinner costs R550 per person, or R450 excluding the wine pairings. Each guest will be welcomed with a complimentary flute of Cap Classique on arrival. Bookings are essential. To reserve your table call 0 021 858 1491 or send an email to 2 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clos Malverne’s ice-cream experience gnon Blanc and lychee and lime ice-cream, followed by Clos Malverne’s new coffeestyle Pinotage, Le Café, matched with a scoop of mandarin and pistachio praline icecream. An all time favourite is the strawberry and white chocolate ice-cream paired with the estate’s flagship Cape Blend, Auret – and you’ll end your taste experience on a decadent note with the Clos Malverne Pinotage Reserve and dark chocolate-chip ice-cream. These melt-in-your-mouth tastings take place from Tuesdays till Saturdays between 10:00 and 16:00. Bookings are advised. For more information call 0 021 865 2022 or visit www.closmalverne.co.za.
SOCIALISE with friends over tantalising tapas and the smooth sounds of the Cape Dutch Connection at Hartenberg’s tapas and jazz evening on Saturday. With the beautiful Stellenbosch scenery as your backdrop, the atmosphere of stylish festivity from 16:30 to 20:00 is sure to provide the perfect way to set the tone for 2012. The ever-popular Cape Dutch Connection features original material set up with percussion, piano, saxophone, clarinet, flute and a trumpet in a 1920s and ’30s style. Entrance costs R75, which includes Hartenberg wine. Tapas platters are available at between R10 and R60, and additional wine can be bought at cellar prices. For bookings call 0 021 865 2541 or email 2 email@example.com. Tickets can also be purchased through www.webtickets.co.za.
The Winederous taste of 2012 THE DistrictMail/Eikestadnuus Wine Club will kick off its first wine tasting for 2012 at Lanzerac Wine Estate in Stellenbosch on Thursdays 16 and 23 February. Only 30 people can be accommodated per evening, and (paid-up) members have first right to reserve
their places until 31 January. Please note that the wine club will from now on be known as The Winederous Wine Club (DistrictMail/Eikestadnuus). The tasting costs R150 for members and R200 for guests. For more information, contact Björn van Oort: 0 021 981 0216.
The Cape Dutch Connection comprises (back row, from left) Willie van Zyl, Gary Cooper,CharletteDickson,SpencerMbadu and Derk Blaisse. Front: Jack Momple.
You get four different ice-cream tastings.
EMBRACE the last months of summer and enjoy a refreshing winelands experience of homemade ice-cream paired with wine. Clos Malverne in Devon Valley, outside Stellenbosch, offers a sensational winetasting experience that has been extended until the end of April. The tasting combines four delicious ice-creams with a selection of Clos Malverne wines at just R55 per head. “When pairing ice-creams with wine, balance is key, and the same criteria apply as when pairing food and wine,” says Clos Malverne winemaker Suzanne Coetzee, who helped to pair chef Nadia Louw Smith’s icecreams with her favourite cellar gems. On the list are the Clos Malverne Sauvi-
Tapas and jazz at Hartenberg
LEEFSTYL | LIFESTYLE
Thursday, 26 January 2012
Food for thought
Legumes: ancient food, future food Susina Jooste is the director for academic development at the Private Hotel School; call her on 0 021 881 3792. The Private Hotel School is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act of 1997.
ONE of the most dramatic changes on the culinary scene in recent years has been the rediscovery of grains and legumes. Everyday grains – wheat, corn, rice – are appearing in many new forms, and beans, lentils and chickpeas are growing in popularity. Exotic grains such as millet, quinoa, bulgur and beans that were once rarely seen are now easily available. Seeds are our most durable and concentrated foods. Seeds are the structures by which plants create a new generation of their kind. They contain an embryonic plant together with the food supply to fuel its germination and early growth, and they have an outer layer that insulates the embryo from soil and microbes, making it ideal to safely store them for future use. Grains, legumes and nuts form the three major categories of seeds. Legumes have long been an essential and affordable alternative to protein-rich food. With the price of red meat – the primary source of modern protein – constantly escalating, and concerns with sustainability, there is a growing tendency to go back to this ancient food. Legumes produce seeds that are especially rich in protein, thanks to their symbiosis with bacteria that live in their roots. This also means that legumes actually enrich the soil they grow in, which is why various legumes have been grown as rotation crops since Roman times. A remarkable indication of their status in the ancient world is the fact that each of the four major legumes got their names from prominent Roman families: the Fava bean was named after Fabius, the lentil after Lentulus, while Piso inspired the pea and Cicero the chickpea. Apart from their high protein content, legumes are high in soluble fibre, minerals and vitamins B and E. They can also reduce bad cholesterol and stabilise blood sugar levels. Unfortunately, legumes are often misunderstood and labelled as hard-to-cook, time consuming and causing discomfort after eating. This myth should now be put to rest once and for all. I hope that the hints, recipes and illustrations in this article will inspire you to explore more, and contribute towards happy, healthy cooking sessions in your kitchens. Hints: ) Buy small quantities at a time from a retailer with a huge turnover, because they can go rancid if stored for too long at high temperatures or in humid conditions. ) Soak beans overnight and discard the water. Rinse at least twice during the cooking process to ensure that the large sugars will be broken down and that they will be easier to digest – instead of causing discomfort after eating them.
Spicy lentil salad Makes 6 portions Ingredients: 250 g brown or black lentils, cooked al dente 50 ml high-quality oil 1 onion, medium-diced 10 ml cumin seeds 2 cloves garlic, chopped 1 green chilli, chopped 2 cm fresh ginger, grated 20 ml tomato paste 100 ml soy sauce 50 ml sweet chilli sauce Zest and juice of half a lime Salt and freshly ground black pepper Coriander leaves to garnish Method: Sauté the chopped onion until soft and translucent. Add the cumin seeds and stir until they become fragrant. Add the garlic, ginger and chilli and stir-fry for a minute. Add tomato paste and allow to cook through, then add the soy and chilli sauces. Remove from the heat, add the cooked lentils and season with salt and pepper, lime juice and zest, and chopped coriander leaves. Serve hot or cold; the flavour will improve if allowed to stand overnight. Chickpeas, couscous and roasted butternut with sage butter Makes 6 portions Ingredients: 100 g couscous 1 small butternut, peeled and cubed 50 ml olive oil 5 sprigs rosemary 1 tin chickpeas 100 g butter A handful of sage leaves 50 g pine nuts (optional) Salt and black pepper Method: Follow the cooking instructions for the couscous. Coat the butternut with olive oil and roast it, with the rosemary, on an oven tray at 180 °C until just cooked. Remove the rosemary and season with salt and pepper. Heat the butter and, just as it starts to brown, add the sage, pine nuts and chickpeas. Cook until each chickpea is warm and coated, then mix with the couscous and roasted butternut. Season with salt and pepper and garnish with more sage leaves.
Chickpeas, couscous and roasted butternut with sage butter.
Spicy lentil salad. Photos: Gerrit Rautenbach
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Heart failure won’t stop Carmen NEARLY losing your life twice before the age of 34 is frightening, but Carmen Hannies from Somerset West is a survivor who won’t stop until she knows what it feels like to live life to the fullest. Carmen’s ordeal started when she was just two years old and suffered from rheumatic fever. It was misdiagnosed as flu, and as a result it affected her heart. “A few years ago I became quite despondent about being unfit, so I joined the gym and began to exercise quite intensely,” recalls Carmen. “But the more I exercised, the sicker I got. Then one night I woke up and I couldn’t breathe. I went to the hospital emergency room, where they realised I was suffering from heart failure, and underwent open-heart surgery to save my life.” After four months of recovery, she was told she could start exercising again. However, due to complications with the operation, she then suffered a stroke. “Once my doctor gave me the go ahead to start exercising again, I made the decision to join Adventure Boot Camp. Their programme was perfect as it allowed me
to work at my own pace, outdoors, under the guidance of a personal trainer. It changed my life.” Carmen says her overall health has made a turn for the better, and being outdoors with the other supportive women
in the programme is just what she needed. “Nearly losing my life twice is very scary, and I thank God every day for showing me there is a way to live life to the fullest despite any challenges thrown my way.” If you’d like to find out more, pay a visit to www.adventurebootcamp.co.za.
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The bright birth Support for arthritis THE first Arthritis Foundation Support Group meeting of the year will be held at Mediclinic Vergelegen at 19:00 on Monday 30 January. Dietician Caryn Straker, herself a rheumatoid arthritis sufferer, will talk on managing inflammation and pain through diet and natural supplements. “Come early for tea and sandwiches,” the group invites, “kindly sponsored by the Mediclinic.” 0 Aletta van der Watt: 083 270 4842 or 021 852 5530.
THE guest speaker at the first U3A Africa and was based at Wits Unimeeting of 2012 will be the laudable versity as a professor of experimenDr Don Mingay. tal nuclear physics. His talk – We are Stellar Material On leaving Wits he joined the – will be about, in his own words, Atomic Energy Board at Pelindaba “what we are made of – told through as a chief scientist before becoming a deep knowledge of stellar reac- a senior general manager. He was tions and cosmology sanitised”. then appointed as an international Mingay, who expert consultant for promises the talk will the International not involve any comAtomic Energy plex nuclear physics Agency in Vienna. or grapple with any His final activity “deep philosophy”, before retirement was born on the East was directed at the Rand in 1937 and atdevelopment of nutended Witwaclear techniques for tersrand University, humanitarian landwhere he excelled at mine removal; he asphysics and mathesisted with clearing matics in the first disastrous plastic class. He left to work landmines, particuas a junior research larly those widely fellow at the United distributed from KoKingdom Atomic Ensovo and Croatia to ergy Research Estab- Dr Don Mingay. Mozambique and lishment at Harwell, Angola. and was awarded a PhD in 1964 for The U3A meeting takes place his research work on fundamental next Wednesday (1 February) in the nuclear reactions with deuterons. Strand Town Hall at 09:30. Guests He then moved to the USA and are welcome at R20. the California Institute of TechnolMembers are reminded to wear ogy, where he worked with Nobel their badges and to renew their Prize–winner Professor Willy membership if they haven’t already Fowler on stellar nuclear done so. synthesis. Phone Brodwyn Wilson on Mingay came back to South 0 083 604 0784 to find out more.
The art of fine things THE talented students of the René Honeyman Jewellery Academy in Gordon’s Bay have started their year with treasure troves of enthusiasm. Honeyman has been in the jewellery trade for 18 years, and her students have regular exhibitions at the Hathersage Wine Farm in Somerset West to show off their work. The course at the René Honeyman Jewellery Academy takes three years, full time. “I do not enrol more than six students per year – to ensure one-on-one learning – so early applications are essential,” Honeyman says. “The fees include a toolkit and bench peg so that the student can work at home if needed.” For more information visit www.silva-art.co.za.
Maak 2012 ’n blomjaar DIE Helderberg-blommeklub skop hul 2012-program Saterdag 28 Januarie om 14:00 in Somerset-Wes-biblioteeksaal af. Emmie Pabst, president van die Suid-Afrikaanse Flora Unie, gaan haar slag met blommekuns kom wys. Emmie is ’n gewaardeerde nasionale en internasionale beoordelaar en demonstrateur en lid van die onderrigpaneel. Sy is ’n baie gewilde blomkunstenaar, omdat sy met min items mooi en groot blomkunsvorms kan skep. In vandag se ekonomiese klimaat is dit die ideaal vir die gewone mens om ook sulke blommekuns in hul huise aan te pak. Koos Myburg en Tommy Dell, twee erelede van die klub, sal ook die geleentheid bywoon. Tommy sal die gehoor met sy sang vermaak en sjef Danie Pretoruis sal al die eetgoed verskaf. Almal is welkom om by die klub teen R60 vir die jaar aan te sluit. Jy kan ook as gas na die klub se vergadering kom teen ’n besoekersfooi van R20. Vir enige navrae, skakel die klub se voorsitter, Jannie du Toit, by 072 473 2420.
Beneath the trees
Jo-ann French (front) and Andrea Phillips are two of the eager students for 2012 at the René Honeyman Jewellery Academy.
JOIN the Stellenbosch Hiking Club for a 17 km hike at Boegoekloof in the Nuweberg Forestry Station this Saturday. Meet opposite the Endler Hall at 07:00 and take your swimming costumes. To make a reservation, phone Christine Smit on 0 021 887 2093 (evenings) or 083 451 6384. You can also email 2 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Firing the myths: Suffering, according to Bruce Relly’s 2nd Fire, is not sent to test our submissiveness, but nature’s inducement for us to engage more consciously and joyously with life. This book offers an unsentimental approach to suffering: in it the author rearranges medical priorities to match nature’s “ancient, even-handed, logical and essentially simple formula for spiritual growth” – and the healing that goes with it. “The main challenge is to fully realise that we are individually responsible for all our past, present and future experiences. To achieve this empowerment, however, we need to abolish a number of persistent superstitions or misconceptions we have regarding pain, relationships and personal destiny. The relief of suffering will become general when practitioners and educators can bring to the metaphysical laws of healing the same level of understanding that science has already brought to the laws of physics and chemistry.” ) Bruce Relly grew up on Waterkloof Farm, Somerset West. He has now retired from his formal profession as a geologist and is living with his wife Mary at Rooiels. His other occupations, aside from applied philosophy, are painting and photography. For more information visit www.2ndfire.co.za.
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Seen with coordinator Marquerite Alheit are some of the pupils of Hottentots Holland High School who participated in the project; they are (back row, from left) Suné Geldenhuys, Amy Pasquaille, Aimee van Reenen and Amahle Potelwa. Front: Venchesco Adonis (head boy), Kelly Vermeulen (head girl), and Christopher Tromp.
Kindersorg brei uit na S’Pass
Giving The Ark a reason to smile LAST year’s Shoebox Project, run by the Somerset West Lions Club, has been hailed as a huge success. The project entails filling shoeboxes with goodies to the amount of R100 – earmarked for a boy, girl, lady or gent – then wrapping the boxes and donating them to a worthy recipient. The most recent recipient was The Ark, a place of refuge that opened its doors in 1992 to the abused, rejected, addicted and homeless people of South Africa. The organisation occu-
pies a large campus opposite Mfuleni outside of Cape Town. “We would like to thank the Hottentots Holland High School, the staff, personnel and doctors at Mediclinic Vergelegen, and various friends of the Lions for contributing to this worthwhile and wonderful project,” says project coordinator Marquerite Alheit. The Somerset West Lions will be running the project again this year; those interested in participating can phone Marquerite Alheit on 0 084 233 3400 for more information.
TOE twee toegewyde mense, net bekend as mnr. en mev. Hugo van Somerset-Wes, in 1956 besluit het om ’n gemeenskapsprojek te begin, het hulle sekerlik nooit kon droom dat dit vandag só groot verskil in die lewens van só baie sou maak nie. Kindersorg SA se Helderberg-tak vorm deel van dié groot welsynsorganisasie oor Suid-Afrika wat die ontwikkeling van lewenskwaliteite vir alle kinders in nood bevorder. Die organisasie spits hulle toe op gebroke families wat in haglike omstandighede woon, maar kinders tussen 0 en 18 jaar oud bly hul hooffokus. Hul oogmerk is om dienslewering, ondersteuning en aanmoediging te bied wat op ’n gesonde gesinslewe gemik is. Opvoeding is ook ’n sleutelfaktor vir die sentrum, want soos Shareen van Staden (bestuurder: Kindersorg Helderberg) sê: “Dit bepaal enige kind se toekoms.” Die organisasie se maatskaplike werkers ondersoek gevalle van verlating, mishandeling en verwaarlosing van kinders. “Daar is baie gevalle waar kinders erg misbruik word. Dit is ons werk om daardie kinders na die regte kinderhuis te verwys of ander maatskaplike hulp te verleen,” vertel Esté de Jager, ’n maatskaplike werker. “As jy weet jy het ’n goeie uitwerking op ’n kind gehad – wanneer ’n kind sukses behaal het of ’n beter mens uitgedraai het – dít maak my werk vir my spesiaal.” Die organisasie werk hard om bystand aan gemeenskappe in nood te lewer deur kospakkies, klere en ander noodsaaklikhede te skenk. Hulle verleen veral hulp waar gemeenskappe deur natuurrampe getref word. “Die ergste ramp wat ek gesien het, was in Macassar toe nege mense verlede jaar hul lewens in ’n brand verloor het. Dit was vir my die hartseerste geval ooit,” vertel Shareen. Die organisasie hanteer daagliks hart-
Agter is Emelda September, Esté de Jager en Chrizelle Leonard; voor is Shareen van Staden en Merecia van Wyk van Kindersorg Helderberg. verskeurende gevalle soos babas wat in asblikke gevind word en kinders so jonk as twee jaar oud wat verkrag word. Kindersorg het oor tyd verskeie kantore in die Helderberg opgerig waaronder Macassar, Somerset-Wes en Sir Lowry’s Pass – die nuutste sentrum. Dié sentrum het swaar op die gemeenskap se bydraes gesteun, maar sedert sy stigting het die finansiële situasie heelwat verander. Sir Lowry’s Pass kantoor word tans uit ’n wendyhuis by die polisiestasie bedryf. Hulle kort egter ’n “regte kantoor”, verkieslik ’n baksteenstruktuur. Lessenaars, rekenaars en ander kantoortoerusting word ook benodig. “Ons het besluit om ’n nuwe kantoor oop te maak, om sodoende die maatskaplike hulp nader aan ons gemeenskap te bring,” sê Shareen. Die voorgestelde kantoor sal naby Sir Lowry’s Pass Primêr wees. Om te help met van hul behoeftes: 0 021 852 3126 of 2 email@example.com.
Two more still in need of a home PETPALS still has two dogs in its care – Bruno and James – that need a loving home. PetPals found Bruno in 2009; he had been tied to a tree and given a scant few metres in which to move around. Bruno, who has been sterilised and removed from his dismal circumstances, now needs a loving home because there are some personality clashes between him and the other male dog he lives around. James, on the other hand, has a white labrador-sized dog as a mother, but PetPals staff have no idea who the father is. He’s expected to grow into a medium to large dog. If you are able to adopt either one of these loving pets at a fee of between R200 and R250, contact Yolanda of PetPals on 0 021 854 6317 or 083 411 0738. You can also call Azanne on 073 180 2050.
James is a healthy and playful nineweek-old puppy. He has been de-wormed and treated for ticks and fleas, and he’s been inoculated. Bruno is used to having children around him and is very alert. He needs toliveonaproperty with high fences or walls as he can jump quite high.
Ondersteun Staffie-hondeskou DIE Staffordshire Bulterriër-klub se 16de jaarlikse kampioenskapskou vind plaas op Saterdag 25 Februarie. Dit word aangebied deur die Wes-Kaapse Staffordshire Bulterriër-klub by die Jagtershof Sportkompleks, Kuilsrivier.
Almal is welkom om só die stryd teen die onwettige verkoop van klein Staffies te ondersteun. Baie pryse is op die spel en rosette is te wen. Verversings is ook beskikbaar. Die sluitingsdatum vir inskrywings is Vrydag 10 Februarie. Bel Stella by 078 432 9454.
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Waterdigte kontrak en gereelde inspeksie. Dít is huuragente in Stellenbosch se raad aan voornemende verhuurders wanneer die beskerming van jou eiendom op die spel is. Stellenbosch het ’n geweldige groot mark vir verhurings. En ofskoon die besigste tyd van die jaar nou eers verby is, bly die vraag na huureiendom steeds hoog. “Van Augustus tot September is ons besigste tyd van die jaar, want dan is dit die tyd om kontrakte te hernieu en nuwe huurders te kry. “Daar is egter nou steeds ’n groot vraag,” sê Leana du Preez, bestuurder van Chas Everitt in
Huureiendom, veral dorpshuise, is baie gesog in en om Stellenbosch.
Woonstelblokke soos dié is besonder gewild as studenteverblyf.
Stellenbosch. André de Villiers van Coetzenburg Eiendomme voeg egter by, dat, ofskoon die vraag hoog is, eiendomme nie meer so geredelik verhuur word nie. “Die besigste tyd is tussen November en Februarie wanneer die meeste studente woonstelle ontruim en by hul nuwe tuiste intrek. Woonstelle word egter
nie so maklik verhuur soos in die verlede nie aangesien die huurprys, volgens die huurders, te hoog is.” Verhuurders loop altyd die risiko dat hul eiendom beskadig kan word. Volgens Du Preez kan verhuurders egter hulself beskerm. “Die enigste beskerming is ’n goeie verhuringsagent wat bin-
ne die huidige wetgewing funksioneer en goeie sisteme in plek het.” De Villiers beaam haar mening. “ ’n Waterdigte kontrak wat aan die nuwe verbruikerswetgewing voldoen, is baie belangrik en ook ’n deposito van verkieslik twee maande se huur,” sê hy.22 Wynland Eiendomme se Arina Crathorne glo dat verwysings van vorige verhuurders ook uiters waardevol is. “Verwysings is amper beter as kredietkontrole. Kry verwysings van ander agentskappe of eienaars dat die huurders wel jou plek sal oppas en goeie betalers is.” Anita Marais van Rooms for Africa glo dat die waarde van gereelde inspeksie nie onderskat moet word nie. “Maak gebruik van ’n verhuringsagent wat bereid is om elke drie tot ses maande inspeksie van die eiendom te doen.” Dit is ook ’n uitdaging om die gepaste plek vir voornemende huurders te kry. Volgens Marais is huise naby skole altyd hoog in aanvraag by gesinne. “Studente verkies die middedorp en plekke op kampus, terwyl ’n plek soos Welgevonden perfek vir jong werkende mense is.” Du Preez voeg by dat elke huurder sy eie behoeftes het en vir agente is dit nodig om daarby aan te pas. Daar moet eers na dié behoeftes geluister word voordat plekke aanbeveel word.
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BERGZICHT 12 OP SKOU SATERDAG 10:00 - 13:00 Unieke 2 slaapkamer woonstel direk van ontwikkelaar. Kombuis toegerus met yskas, oond, wasmasjien. 100m van kampus
Skakel Hannes 078 533 1016 HORN EN DE KONING bied dié week ’n besondere beleggingsgeleentheid vir studenteverblyf aan. Net sowat 100 meter van die Universiteitskampus is dié een-slaapkamer dakwoonstel. Die woonstel bied die volgende: onder-vloerse verhitting, ’n groot stoep met ’n private onthaal-area, ’n kombuis, ten volle toegerus met ’n yskas, wasmasjien, skottelgoed-wasmasjien, oond en mikrogolf-oond. Die woonstel het ’n lugversorger, sekuriteit met toegangsbeheer en ’n interkom-stelsel. ’n Telkom-datalyn en DSTV is beskikbaar. Die woonstel is beskikbaar teen Februarie 2012. Indien u dié prag-eiendom wil besigtig, bel vir Hannes by 078 533 1016. Die woonstal sal Saterdag tussen 10:00 en 13:00 vir besigtiging beskikbaar wees.
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Sunday 14h00 - 17h00. Christine 082 417 2506/Graham 084 308 3540 SOMERSET WEST: 9 Summerwood, Somerset West. Sunday 14h00 - 17h00. Marlene Bouwer 082 420 5270 1 Buitenzorg, Somerset West. Sunday 14h0017h00. SIMONSRUST Spacious 2 bed double-storey luxury townhouse in Lanis Salmon 082 452 3962 secure complex, walking distance to campus. Newly renovated. R1,995m
10 Sultan - Sunday 2-5pm BOSCHENPARK Modern bachelor - 32m² 021 contract 887 6717 R780,000 with rental in place for 2012 Rental income R4,800 pm
STELLENBOSCH: 20 Saffraan, Die Boord. Sunday 14h00 - 17h00. Contact: Uitstekende Bosmans Crossing. Son Vida. Geleë in die Christine 082 417 2506Eikenbosch. /koop! Beskikbaar vir Tweeslaapkamer eenheid boomryke Laan. Digby okkupasie. 3 Slaapkamer, Graham 084 308 3540. kampus en Coetzenburg. met veilige kelderparkering. 2 badkamer met toesluit motorhuis. Langs Beskikbaar vir okkupasie. Beskikbaar vir onmiddellike SOMERSET WEST: Ingenieursfakulteit. MOLTENO PARK Walking distance to campus okkupasie. Skitterkoop. Buitenzorg, SomersetStapafstand West. van middedorp. Renette 21Bed 1 Bath - R840,000 Renette - 0832269226 - 083 226 9226 Renette - 083 226 9226 For Investment buyer 14h00 - 17h00. LeaseSunday in place R5,500pm Everything We Touch Turns To Sold. Lanis Salmon 082 452 3962
OP SKOU/ON SHOW hierdie naweek/this weekend
SHERIDAN ESTATES 6 Linnes Street, Brandwacht Sunday 2-5pm Julia Lewis 082 627 0268
HDK Bergzicht 12. Saterdag 10:00 -13:00 Hannes 078 533 1016
SOTHEBY’S STELLENBOSCH: 9 Ryneveldhof, Stellenbosch. Sunday 14h00 - 17h00. Ewaldi Mostert 082 440 2272 / Marelise Visagie 072 776 2645 SOMERSET WEST: 4 Goedehoop, Somerset West. Sunday 14h00 - 17h00 Frikkie Els 082 446 4948 / Romey Doubell 083 777 1116 8 Albert Steet, Somerset West. Sunday 14h00 - 17h00 Marlene Bouwer 082 420 5270
De Zalze Golf Estate • Stellenbosch VERKOPE VERHURINGS VAKANSIE AKKOMMODASIE Tel: 021 880 2131 www.msep.co.za firstname.lastname@example.org
Carlo: 082 800 3878
MOST SUPERB ESTATE PROPERTIES
Besoek ons kantoor by winkel 47, Stellenbosch Square, Stellenbosch
VAKANTE ERF R5 500 000 Een van die heel laaste geleenthede is nou beskikbaar om 'n woning op hierdie erf te bou. Die erf het 'n unieke ligging met pragtige uitsigte oor die wingerde, golfbaan en Stellenbosch se berge. Dit front noordwes en is ±900m² groot. Skakel ons gerus vir verdere inligting met betrekking tot hierdie erf.
Corne: 082 808 7778
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BOLAND SOLD 33
OFFICE 021 887 1017 RENTALS email@example.com EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
IMMACULATE LOCK-UP-AND-GO ON DE ZALZE. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3 Garages: 2 Web Access: ST1072310
PERFECT STARTER HOME. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 1 Garages: 1 Web Access: ST1056473
Anne Fouché 076 752 5159, Office 021 887 1017
Dirk Carstens 072 446 0990, Office 021 887 1017
STELLENBOSCH R3.495 MILLION
1.7 HA AND A RIVER RUNS THROUGH. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 1 Garages: 1 Web Access: ST1072314
WALK TO SCHOOL. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3 Garages: 2 Web Access: ST1045837
GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY. Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 4 Garages: 2 Web Access: ST1064641
AMAZING VALUE. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Garages: 2 Web Access: ST1067177
Chris Baker 083 407 5024, Office 021 887 1017
Di van Graan 082 569 2429, Office 021 887 1017
Anne Fouché 076 752 5159, Office 021 887 1017
Lizette Botha 084 440 1057, Office 021 887 1017
LIGHT, MODERN, SPACIOUS APARTMENT.
MODERN AND EXCLUSIVE.
GOOD BUY – EXCELLENT RENTAL INCOME.
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Garages: 1 Web Access: ST1045011
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Parking: 1 Web Access: ST1067473
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Parking: 1 Web Access: ST1066039
Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3 Garages: 2 Web Access: ST1063063
Deanne Kriel 083 531 7827, Office 021 887 1017
Vanessa Johnson 082 588 7007, Office 021 887 1017
Phoebé van Reenen 082 331 8827, Office 021 887 1017
Phoebé van Reenen 082 331 8827, Office 021 887 1017
CALLING ALL STUDENTS. Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Parking: 1 Web Access: ST1056152
MOVE IN NOW. Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Garages: 0 Web Access: ST1066434
Deanne Kriel 083 531 7827, Office 021 887 1017
Vanessa Johnson 082 588 7007, Office 021 887 1017
Contact ooba today. Call us on 0860 00 66 22
STELLENBOSCH APARTMENTS La Rez
From R495 000
30 m2 27-66 m2
R885 000 From R1.295 million
Oudehoek La Dauphine
37 m2 42 m2
R1.425 million R1.25 million
Het Begijnhof Lindenhof Camelot Bosman’s Crossing Akkerhof Schoongezicht Cyrus Rattray Molenzicht Aquaries
1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 3-Bedroom
55 m2 62 m2 63-68 m2 68 m2 74 m2 68 m2 56 m2 62 m2 125 m2 135 m2
R1.64 million R695 000 R720 000 R1.095 million R1.2 milllion R1.35 million R1.72 million R2.14 million R2.995 million R2.19 million
Deanne Kriel 083 531 7827, Office 021 887 1017
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34 BOLAND SOLD
DORPSHUIS VAN DIE WEEK Kerkstraat 21 Church Street • Tel: 883 8255 • Fax: 887 1813 • E-mail: email@example.com
MOSTERTSDRIFT – R7,9 MILJ
WELGELEGEN – R6,95 MILJ
Goeie geleentheid om ‘n uitstekende eiendom in Mostertsdrift te bekom. Besonderse ligging in cul de suc. Heerlike leefareas, uitstekende sekuriteit, naby skole plus vele ekstras.
Ligging! Asemrowende uitsig op Stellenbosch vanaf hierdie besonderse familie woning. Lekker vloei tussen verskeie leefareas, groot kuierstoep en swembad. 4 Slaapkamers,3 leefareas, 4 motorhuise en goeie sekuriteit.
KLEINGELUK – R2,45 MILJ
DALSIG – R1,595 MILJ
E! AT D N
OP SKOU: Sat 10 vm – 1 nm Gerestoureerde 3 slpk meenthuis. Pragtig oorgedoen met 2 badkamers, gaste toilet, studeerkamer,lekker noordfront patio met ingeboude braai. ‘n Moet om te sien.
Heerlike ruim (151 vk m), 3 slpk, 2 badk woonstel in Dalsig. Naby top skole en winkelsentrum. Balkon met mooi uitsigte op berge. Toesluit motorhuis.
Sotheby’s International Realty bied met trots dié drieslaapkamer-, twee badkamer-tuinhuis met toesluit-motorhuis, digby die US kampus. Die eenheid het baie ruimte en ’n sonnige noordfront leefarea, wat na ’n patio en tuintjie uitleef. Die ruimte in die leefarea en oopplan-kombuis verseker dat hierdie eenheid vir jou kind ’n gevoel sal gee van ’n huis weg van die huis. Die ruim hoofslaapkamer met en suite-badkamer is gemaklik en prakties. Die toesluit-motorhuis is ’n bonus en verseker sekuriteit. Die eenheid is ’n klipgooi van die Ingenieursdepartement en Neelsie-kafeteria, ideaal vir enige student. Dit is tans nog beskikbaar om by in te trek, andersins is dit maklik om ’n goeie huurinkomste te verseker. Bel die agent by Sotheby’s International Realty, Marelise Visagie by 072 776 2645, vir onmiddellike besigtiging.
www.coetzenburgrealestate.co.za ELSABé BLAIR 083 357 9429 (NAWEEKDIENS)
STELLENBOSCH Office 021 882 8960
FRANSCHHOEK Office 021 876 4968 www.rawson.co.za
R1 300 000
WEB REF: SL0779 MODERN AND SECURE Modern two bedroom, two bathroom apartment situated within walking distance of campus. Available for Occupation 2012 Gerhard Oosthuizen 072 635 3893
R1 100 000
WEB REF: SL0753 UPMARKET FLAT - BOSMANS CROSSING Neat two bedroom flat in trendy and popular complex, Situated a short drive from Stellenbosch central. Gerhard Oosthuizen 072 635 3893
W OV 00
WEB REF: SL0781 POPULERE STUDENTE AKKOMODASIE Beleggingsgeleentheid. Een slaapkamer woonstel met oopplan kombuis/sitkamer. Geleë in La Colline naby middedorp. Populêre studente akkomodasie. Christiaan Kriel 083 236 8591
WEB REF: SL0764 VALUE FOR MONEY Four bedroom house with en - suite and B.I.C , situated in The Ridge with beautiful mountain views. Chris Theunissen 076 341 9001
R3 500 000 FRANSCHHOEK
R4 200 000
WEB REF: FR0055
REDUCED PRICE Large family home with 4 bedrooms all en-suite, magnificent views in a beautiful wine estate. A sense of space. Adell Ferreira 083 964 1155
WEB REF: FR0073 FRANSCHHOEK CHARACTER Tastefully restored. Country style kitchen. Breakfast conservatory overlooking pool and beautiful garden. Study. Fireplace. A real gem. Adell Ferreira 083 964 1155
Kerkstraat 21 Ch
STELLENBOSCH | January 26 -
BOLAND SOLD 35
R 700 000
R2 600 000
URGENT SELLER! Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1 Parking 1
Secure investment with lease agreement. Ideal living in secure complex situated between Stellenbosch and CT Airport on very popular route. [O] 021 843 3368
GERHARD 076 590 7758 CLUADINE 072 610 1416
R1 290 000
READY APRIL 2012! Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3 Garage 2
Brand new home in this very popular wine estate. Secure lifestyle in easy living on prime spot. ON SHOW: Sun,29 Jan 14h00-17h00 [O] 021 843 3368 CLAUDINE 072 610 1416 GERHARD 076 590 7758
R1 395 000
SPACE AND CHARACTER Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 U/Parking 1
UITSTEKENDE LIGGING! WEB 255302 Kamers 2 Badkamers 1
Large apartment with loft and undercover parking in popular complex with immediate occupation.
Gesogte woonstel in die hart van Stellenbosch. Naby koffie winkels en kuns gallerye. Selde beskikbaar!
[O] 021 886 7905 HETTIE 083 263 0559
[O] 021 886 7905 JACQUES 083 989 1249 MARISE 076 911 2882
R4 300 000
R4 350 000
JOINT MANDATE JOINTMANDATE
MOUNT BLANC PARADYSKLOOF Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Garage 3
TRANQUILITY AND LIFESTYLE Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 3 Garage 2
Modern spacious and secure home in executive gated estate. Lovely forest and mountain views.
Spacious family home in mint condition with spectacular views. Garden flat.
[O] 021 886 7905 KEVIN 082 300 9446 On Show: Sun 29 Jan 14h00 - 17h00
[O] 021 886 7905
R2 950 000
LEON 082 575 7356 LISBE 084 666 0011
R4 750 000
D OPEN MANDATE
GREAT LOCATION Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3 Garage 1
ONBERISPELIK EN RUIM Kamers 5 Badkamers 3 M/huis 2
Well cared for on a stunning stand, in the heart of Dalsig!
Pragwoning op groot erf. Groot privaat tuin met verhitte swembad, kothuis en buitekamer.
[O] 021 886 7905
[K] 021 886 7905 LEONIE 082 773 0655 Son, 29 Jan 14h00 - 17h00, volg borde op R44
SOPHIA 082 824 6798
R2 200 000
R1 450 000
OORKANT BOTANIESE TUIN Kamers 2 Badkamers 1 Parkering 1
TOESLUIT EN RY! OKKUPASIE 2012! Kamers 3 Badkamers 2 M/huis 1 WEB 255216
Vir afskaal! Belê in ‘n pragtige deeltitel-eenheid met ‘n noordfront balkon! Maak ‘n aanbod!
Lae onderhoud woning in sekuriteitslandgoed langsaan park met stylvolle afwerking.
[K] 021 886 7905 KARINE SWIEGERS 082 772 8610
[K] 021 886 7905 DROEKS 082 685 9189
STELLENBOSCH | January 26 -
36 BOLAND SOLD
25 years personal service
Julia Lewis 021-8876717 082 627 0268
ON SHOW SUNDAY 2-5PM TRANQUIL AND IDYLLIC SETTING SOLE AGENT. BRAND NEW LISTING. Mountain views. Magnificent position, 150m from the forest and vineyards. Abundant bird life. Two lounges, diningroom and open plan diningroom, four bedrooms 2 bathrooms. Income producing 2 roomed flatlet. Pool and vine covered patio. Boards from R44.
SECTIONAL TITLE INSURANCE FORUM
p e t s iG ve a in the n id rectio
t h rig
Advertise your property with a BIG brand (Paarl Post, Eikestadnuus & District Mail)
Cell: 082 788 6181 | Tel: 021 886 7800 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
AVAILABLE FOR OCCUPATION
(paid for titles)
ON CAMPUS R1 295 000 Two bedroom apartment. Stylish wooden floors 2 Basement parkings
Biggest Reach (for buyers & sellers)
BOSCHENPARK R780 000 Modern bachelor apartment. Walk to campus. 24h Security Basement parking, DSTV, Internet
CYRUS R1 270 000 Prima ligging op kampus. 2 Slaapkamer woonstel. Kelderparkering, 24h sekuriteit.
Phone Michelle Marston 021 841 4285 DistrictMail Ilse Fourie 021 870 4600 | Paarl Post or Marijke van der Merwe 021Alleenmandaat 887 2840 Strand | Gordon’s Bay | Somerset West | Stellenbosch | Grabouw | Elgin
FLATS to LET from R4 600. Lizzie 082 788 6181 email@example.com
LLEGAL structures erected by own- ulations and that plans are to be submiters in a sectional title complex is a ted for approval by the local authority. phenomenon which seems to be ever This was not done and the insurers, present. Let me use an example. had they known that this was not done, The owner of a pentcould have repudiated the house had his patio enclaim. closed without the apIn fact, the insurers could proval of the trustees as also have repudiated the required by the house claim in terms of the nonrules of this particular disclosure clause on the incomplex. surance contract. The trustees became Last week I dealt with aware of this and apPrescribed Management proached the owner. The Rule (PMR) 27 of the Secsubsequent discussions tional Title Act which became a huge dispute states the following: “No between the owner and document signed on behalf the trustees. of this body corporate shall During a storm the Talk Property with be valid and binding unless structure was badly dam- Rian Pienaar it is signed by a trustee and aged and the owner, unthe managing agent …..or beknown to the trustees, submitted a by two trustees…(shortened)”. claim to the insurance brokers to be dealt In this particular case this rule was not with in terms of the insurance policy of adhered to and one can argue that the the body corporate. insurers dealt with illegal documents. The insurance broker was not aware The example above again stresses the of the dispute and the illegality of the importance of Rule 27 and this is also one structure and submitted the claim to the of the main reasons why an insurance insurers. The insurers paid the claim. broker should not approach an owner diThe trustees only became aware of the rectly for the completion of a claim form claim when they were requested to au- or any other documents relevant to a thorize the payment to the owner’s con- claim. tractor and in view of the ongoing disThis should be the duty of the managpute, refused to do so. ing agent (where relevant) or the apWhat are the implications in terms of proved agent acting on behalf of the body the insurance policy? corporate. Every insurance contract contains a - Rian Pienaar may be phoned at 082 clause which requires all property to 925 8339 or email him at rian@addsucomply with the National Buildings Reg- re.co.za
Tel: 021-886 5212 Info@propertypro.co.za Margie Pleinstraat 27 082-967-0745
EIENDOMME PROPERTIES STELLENBOSCH firstname.lastname@example.org www.irmaknipeproperties.co.za
Kantoor 021 886 4108 Faks 086 620 3478 PARADYSKLOOF R2 750 000 KAMPUS
R1 275 000 DALSIG
Mari 082 457 2319
R2 500 000
TREK NET IN! R850 000 (ohb) Price Reduced
R1 595 000
R2 695 000 ‘n Baie netjiese gesinswoning langs ‘n plaas. Baie rustige omgewing. Ekstra woonstel, swembad en goeie sekuriteit as bonus. Webverw: 3194.
STELLENBOSCH Bed 3 Bath 2 Web 2903670
Slpk 2 Bad 1 Web 2742796
Slpk 3 Bad 2 Web 2741951
Sole Mandate. Quaint Victorian lock up and go in tranquil area. Charles 082 658 9797
Alleenmandaat. Oorkant lesinglokale. US Groen Roete. Parkering. Charles 082 658 9797
Gedeelde Mandaat. Pragtige ruim woonstel met toesluitmotorhuis. Louise 083 549 5521
R2 875 000 DIE BOORD
R2 860 000 LA COLLINE
R1 550 000
Ruim grondvloer eenmanswoonstel met aparte kombuis en badkamer. Uitstekende huurinkomste!
3 Bedroom home in a peaceful culde-sac. Enjoy undisturbed evenings on the front porch or braaiing with views of the mountain. Web Ref: 3220
Tweeslaapkamer meenthuis in gewilde sekuriteitskompleks, stapafstand van kampus!
R895 000 Excellent Investment. 3 Bedroom townhouse in security complex with good rental income.
Web Ref: 3353.
Elize Liebenberg Eiendomme Properties
3-6nm Slpk 3 Bad 1 Web 2565695
Goeie ligging. Goeie prys. Hope potensiaal. YSKLOOF Naby skole. MANDATE Dawid 082 323 8110
3.1m WELGEVONDEN & compact 3 d home with iving areas, g pool and o fit 3 cars.
DWACHT Slpk 2 Bad 1 Web 2693210 O.A Alleenmandaat. ute must for Prysverlaging. Winskoop. e family. Moderne afwerkings. grounds, 5 Irma 083 651 0390 ms large ms and much h more.
Slpk 4 Bad 2 Web 2916206 Bed 6 Bath 2½ Web 2912768 Groot gesinhuis. Ruim in stil deel van gesogte buurt. Swembad. Irma 083 651 0390 WOONSTELLE TE KOOP Westside Eenmans R 795 000 Banghoek Eenmans R 995 000 34 On Merriman Eenmans R 960 000 Eikehoff Eenmans R1 150 000 Het Begijnhof 1 slpk R1 495 000 Prinspark 2 slpk R 660 000 De Eike 2 slpk R 785 000 Zambezi 2 slpk R 960 000 Shiraz 2 slpk R1 045 000 Roodezand 2 slpk R1 250 000 Marnette 2 slpk R1 695 000 Simonsrust 2 slpk R1 850 000 Rattray 2 slpk R2 150 000 Die Rand 3 slpk R1 275 000 Eikenbosch 3 slpk R1 995 000 Irma 083 651 0390
Excellent price! Unbelievable rental income. Lots of parking space. Irma 083 651 0390 STELLENBOSCH
Elize 079 467 7557 • email@example.com EXCLUSIVE MANDATE: BO-DALSIG R3,6M
R3,2M DIE BOORD
Slpk 1 Bad 1 Web 2687996 Goeie belegging. Eenmanswoonstel naby kampus. Veilige parkering. Louise 083 549 5521
4 Bedroomed family home, well positioned and very neat. Enjoy the outdoor area with large pool and generate an income from 2 separate students rooms.
Ruim woning naby skole, hospitaal en inkopie sentrum met sprankel swembad vir hierdie warm somerdae.
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BOLAND SOLD 37
Doen jou huiswerk vóór jy van die plan af koop DIT kan problematies wees om eiendom van die plan af te koop, of jy nou ’n eerste huis, aftreeplekkie of ’n luukse meenthuis koop. Kopers moet op hul hoede wees om nie ’n kat in die sak te koop nie. “Die eerste voorsorgmaatreël is natuurlik om slegs sake te doen met ’n betroubare ontwikkelaar of bouer wat reeds bewys het dat hy ’n kwaliteit produk kan lewer, en wie se produkte by voltooide projekte besigtig kan word,” sê Berry Everitt, besturende direkteur van die Chas Everitt International-eiendomsgroep.
“Tweedens moet jy seker maak presies wat jy koop in terme van vloeroppervlak en afwerkings, en dat alles baie duidelik in die boukontrak uitgestippel word.” Hy skryf in die nuusbrief, “Property Signposts”, dat dit nie ’n ongewone verskynsel is nie dat ontwikkelaars ’n skoueenheid bou wat groter is of beter afwerkings het as eenhede wat van die plan af bemark word. “En in sommige gevalle word die koste van afwerkings glad eers nie by die geadverteerde prys van die eenhede ingesluit nie.”
As jy dus beoog om ’n huis van die plan af te koop, sê hy, moet jy nie skroom om die bemarker onder kruisverhoor te neem oor presies wat by die prys ingesluit is nie. En as jy dan beter afwerkings verkies, moet jy vooraf uitvind wat die ontwikkelaar jou daarvoor gaan vra. “Finansiering verdien deeglike aandag. Dit is dikwels ’n goeie plan om die ontwikkelaar se bank, wat reeds die projek goedgekeur het, te gebruik. Nie net sal dit makliker wees om ’n lening te bekom nie, maar jy mag selfs in aanmerking kom vir ’n spesiale leningspakket.”
PAARL - R715 000
PAARL - TREASURE HUNT! - R2 599 000 NEW RELEASE!! Unbelievable find behind Boy’s High.
TYREE 083 261 2722
BOSCHENMEER R3 700 000
A proven winner at fabulous security estate!
PAARL - GRACIOUS HOME! - R3 295 000 Love this character home on Patriot Street! TYREE 083 261 2722
New release with easy access to all amenities!
WELLING WELLINGTON R1 440 000 A guaranteed secure lifestyle in beautiful treed Diemersfontein!
PAARL/WELLINGTON | January 26 -
38 BOLAND SOLD
R3 150 000
R1 295 000
GEPRYS OM TE VERKOOP Kamers 3 Badkamers 3.5 M/huise 2
Netjiese woning in gesogte area met uitsigte oor water stroom en berge. Oopplan leefareas met gesellinge buitebraai en onderdak patio en swembad. [K] 021 863 2109 THYS 082 646 0932 LYNETTE 071 109 2669
R2 600 000
REG GEPRYS Kamers 3 Badkamers 2,5 M/huis 1
Vir beleggers met goeie huurinkomste. Alle kostes ingesluit. Baie netjies en veilig. [K] 021 863 2109 THYS 082 646 0932 LYNETTE 071 109 2669 SKOU: Son, 29 Jan, 16 - 18h, skakel van hek 1
R1 995 000
RUIMTE VIR KUIER Kamers 3 Badkamers 2 M/huise 3
Al die bestanddele is hier vir ‘n groot opskop. Van binnebraai tot kelder. Vir rustig wees: Uitsig, lugreëling, studeerkamer en gevestidge koel tuin. [K] 021 872 2223
LITA 083 498 1018
R1 390 000
SPLINTERNUUT EN MODERN Kamers 2 Badkamers 2 M/huise 1
NANTESSTRAAT ... Kamers 4 Badkamers 2 M/huise 1
Waar groot geeste diep spore getrap het.Victoriaanse woning(circa 1852) met uitsonderlike afwerkings. Studeerkamer, randvloeiswembad en onvoltooide woonstel/studio. [K] 021 872 2223 VOSSIE 082 444 7003
R1 050 000
FAMILIEHUIS IN DENNEBURG Kamers 3 Badkamers 2
Nuut geboude 2 slaapkamer simpleks in sekuriteitskompleks. Sentraal Paarl.
Bied 2 leefareas, pragkombuis, mooi houtvloere en buitekamer. Groot hoekerf. Stap na skool en kerk.
[K] 021 872 2223
[K] 021 872 2223
RACHELLE 084 400 4525
R1 495 000
BERENICE 072 423 1455
R1 995 000
EXCLUSIVE ESTATE Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2
Brand new and modern house with open plan living area and 360° of mountain view. [O] 021 864 2948
LINDA 083 379 3769
R1 495 000
A HOME YOU’LL BE PROUD TO OWN Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms 4 Garages 2 WEB 242918 Immaculate family home where quality and design blend. Very private and many extras. 65m² Guest cottage. Swimming pool. [O] 021 864 2948 CARMEN 082 490 0994
R1 275 000
THIS IS YOURS Beds 3 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2
STIL DOODLOOP ... WEB 247233 Kamers 3 Badkamers 2 M/huis 1
Brand new house with open plan living area’s. Privately situated with stunning views.
Ruim familiehuis met 2 leefarea’s, buitebraai, swembad en bachelor’s woonstel met aparte ingang.
[O] 021 864 2948
[K] 021 864 2948
TERTIUS 082 877 7534
MARISA 079 877 4177
PAARL/WELLINGTON | January 26 -
BOLAND SOLD 39
Quick lesson in the meaning of bulb names FLAME LILY, one-day lily, flag lily, calla lily, St Joseph lily, corn lily, sword lily, westwind lilyâ€Ś There are quite a number of beautiful bulbs that bear the name of lily, but many of them cannot scientifically be classified as lilies. Of the flowers listed above, only the St Joseph lily can really be
categorised as a lily, as it is the only bulb on the list that is part of the genus Lilium and the family Liliaceae. According to the team at Hadeco Bulbs, the common names bestowed upon flowers are often misleading or duplicated. Each bulb is therefore given a distinct two-part scientific
name to avoid confusion. This name consists of the genus and species. The scientific name is universally used, so when shopping for bulbs, it is helpful to know the scientific name to ensure being given the correct bulbs. There is still the need to classify plants even further by giving
each individual specimen a specific name. A plantâ€™s species name can be derived from a number of different characteristics, such as its discoverer, native habitat or perhaps appearance. Knowing the genus and species will help gardeners find their favourite bulbs.
St Joseph Lily
DistriksPos | EikestadNuus | PaarlPost
Grootsteen enBeste BesteEiendomsgids Eiendomsgidsinindie dieBoland Boland Grootste
STELLENBOSCH DE ZALZE GOLF- WYNLANDGOED! R6 700 000
ost Superb Estate Properties bied met trots hierdie unieke familiewoning met 4 slaapkamers, 4 badkamers en gastetoilet aan. Die kombuis (met aparte waskamer), eetkamer en sitkamer is oopplan-onthaalareas wat vloei na die onderdak-stoep en uitleef oor die swembad, privaat tuin en die openbare tuin wat grens aan die Blaauw-
klippenrivier. Die ruim studeerkamer is gerieflik geleë op die grondverdieping met toegang tot die binnehof en die res van die huis. Die dubbel-motorhuis bied direkte toegang tot die huis.
Kontak gerus vir Carlo: 082 800 3878 of Corne: 082 808 7778 vir besigtiging.
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Thursday, 26 January 2012 NEWS 1–15
The Hollies turn 50 IN celebration of their 50th anniversary, The Hollies will perform at the GrandWest Grand Arena on 23 February. The band, first formed in the 1960s, are regarded by many as one of the most successful British bands of all time. Like fellow British band The Rolling Stones, The Hollies have never broken up. Their distinctive harmonies and prolific song-writing talent led the band to produce 19 studio albums, 22 compilations and 67 singles. Since their first release in 1963, they’ve had 30 songs in the
UK singles chart and 21 on the Billboard Hot 100. Over the past 50 years few people can claim not to have heard a Hollies song, with perennial hits from the ’60s including Just One Look, Bus Stop, Carrie Ann, Jennifer Eccles, Sorry Suzanne, and their smash hit, He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother. In 2010 they were inducted into the Rock ’n’ Roll Hall of Fame. The two-hour show starts at 20:00, and tickets are available from Computicket at between R160 and R460.
Time to head Up the Creek IT is almost time to pack those bags and head back to the banks of the Breede River for a weekend of frolicking, fun and festivities amid the Up the Creek Music Festival. The line-up for the famed festival, which takes place in Swellendam from 3 to 5 February, is nothing short of phenomenal. It includes the following bands and artists: Kongos, aKing, Akkedis, Black Cat Bones, Blues Broers, Cameron Bruce, City Bowl
Mizers, Fox Comet, The Great Apes, Holiday Murray, Hot Water, Karen Zoid, Louwtjie Rothman, Machineri, No One’s Arc, Piet Botha, Taxi Violence, Wrestlerish, Jeremy Loops, Luna Paige, Shadowclub, Sterling EQ, Andra, Peachy Keen, AC/DC Tribute and Southern Gypsey Queen. This year will see more of what proved to be a winning formula last year, with a little extra thrown in. In addition to the fine set of sounds on show, you’ll find food
vendors, coffee maestros, stalls and bars throughout the festival. There will also be dedicated lifeguards to ensure maximum safety. Ticket prices vary; get yours from www.ticketbreak.co.za or directly from the event’s Facebook page. For more information search for Up the Creek on Facebook or Twitter, or visit the event’s website at www.upthecreek.co.za. You can also send an email to 2 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karen Zoid will perform at this year’s Up the Creek Music Festival.
Attractions at Paul Cluver SHOWTIMES FRI 27 JAN - THU 2 FEB
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THE Paul Cluver Forest Amphitheatre boasts a varied line-up of stars for the rest of the season. The big names set to show up include Vienna-based saxophonist Andrew Young; supported by his band, he’ll bring his hit show, Sharing the Love, to the stage on Saturday 11 February. They will be sharing the stage with comedian Mervyn Stutter for a good cause; all proceeds will go to Imibala. ) Elvis Blue, the first SA Idol to reach platinum status with his CD sales, will perform on Saturday 18 February. “Come experience this musician with a
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dream, a goal and an overwhelming desire to make music that matters live,” the organisers invite. ) Watershed, one of the most popular export products the Rainbow Nation has to offer, will make its return to the Paul Cluver amphitheatre for the umpteenth time on Saturday 25 February. ) Vusi Mahlasela, known simply as “The Voice” and celebrated for his distinct, powerful voice and his poetic, optimistic lyrics, can be caught at the amphitheatre on Saturday 10 March. For ticket prices and show times, point your browser at www.cluver.com.
Elvis Blue will perform at the Paul Cluver Forest Amphitheatre on Saturday 18 February.
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Wake up to Freshlyground FRESHLYGROUND, with their original mix of indigenous African sounds and contemporary urban afro-pop and dance tunes, will blow you away on Saturday 4 February at the Paul Cluver Forest Amphitheatre. The band was formed in 2002, and is made up of seven talented and diverse musicians from South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Fronted by the dynamic Zolani Mahola, the band exudes a live performance energy that has been the bedrock of their success. The experienced rhythm section of Peter Cohen (drums) and Josh Hawks (bass) is complemented by guitarist Julio Sigauque, keyboardist Seredeal Scheepers, Simon Attwell (flute, mbira, sax and harmonica) and violinist Kyla Rose Smith. In 2003, the band released their debut album, Jika Jika, and its immediate success firmly cemented the band as one of SA’s most successful young acts. Their second studio album, Nomvula, was released in July 2004. Radio stations quickly picked up on the single Doo Be Doo, and the catchy song went on to become a crossover favourite. The song was also the most played song in South Africa in 2005. The album sold 300 000 units in South Africa alone – earning it multi-platinum
Freshlyground. status. The success and broad appeal of the band was celebrated in November 2006 when Freshlyground won the MTV Europe Award in the category of best African act. The success of Nomvula was followed by that of Ma Cheri, Freshlyground’s third studio album, released in September 2007. Ma Cheri also went multi-platinum in South Africa, and the single Pot Belly became another major crossover success. In 2009 Freshlyground did four sold-out
tours in Europe, and they also toured for the first time in China, the USA and Canada, making the band one of a handful of South African acts to have a successful and sustainable career both internationally and at home. Now, with their fourth studio album, Radio Africa, Freshlyground is preparing to broadcast their unique sound to the rest of the continent and the world. Tickets cost R325 and are available at Computicket. The show starts at 19:00.
SkallaBrak wil ‘gees’ bring na Bertie’s SCHALK MAAS
“SkallaBrak!?” ’n Gedierte? ’n Branderplank? ’n Tipe krui? Wat kan die naam tog beteken? Eintlik is dit alles baie eenvoudig – dit beteken “gees!”. Twaalf jaar gelede toe die groep in Londen gestig is, was die gees-faktor die goue reël. Hendrik Brakwater en Skallamari het mekaar in ’n stowwerige woonstelletjie bokant ’n kroeg ontmoet, om die wiele aan die rol te kry vir die stigting van die groep wat tot op hede bekend staan as SkallaBrak. Dit was tóé al duidelik dat die wiele gaan afkom (op ’n goeie manier natuurlik). Intussen het SkallaBrak vier albums (Morsig, Musiek vir my Spaceship, Kophou Internasionaal en Hond se Gedagtes) en een DVD (SkallaBrak Live) die lig laat sien. SkallaBrak het ook by verskeie feeste
Die lede van SkallaBrak (van links) Hendrik Brakwater, Skallamari, Alla Wêreld, Pablo Escobar en Diehondjie du Toit. en teaters oor Suid-Afrika musiek gemaak, en beskou hul optredes as “dramaties energiek”. Vrydag 27 Januarie om 21:00 is SkallaBrak terug in Gordonsbaai om in die popu-
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Sing your way to stardom AUDITIONS for the next season of SA Idols kick off next month. Idols offers contestants an astronomical amount of airtime and publicity and, with the support of the public, the opportunity to find a bright future in the world of showbiz Pierre Cloete, M-Net’s channel head, says last Last year’s Idols winner, year’s Idols 7 Dave van Vuuren (21). proved again that it can catapult the careers of hard-working, previously unknown singers. Now, those who believe they have what it takes will get the chance to wow the judges in the Cape Town leg of the auditions at GrandWest Entertainment World on 18 February. SA citizens between the ages of 16 and 30 may enter, so remember to take your ID; those younger than 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Musical instruments will again be allowed. For more information visit www.mnet.co.za.
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SKOLE | SCHOOLS
Thursday, 26 January 2012
Graad RR: Laerskool Hendrik
Hoërskool Strand blink uit: Benewens die Hoërskool Strand se uitmuntende 13 A-gemiddeldes en ’n 100%-slaagsyfer, het drie leerlinge hulself verder onderskei deur uitstekend in afsonderlike vakke te presteer en in die top10 in twee van die vakke in die Wes-Kaap geëindig. Andrea le Roux het derde plek vir Engels eerste addisionele taal behaal.
Louw in Strand het vanjaar hul eerste Afrikaanse gr. RR-klas begin. Die skool het nog plek en kinders wat vanjaar vyf word, kan vir 2012 inskryf. Klasonderwyser Marile Meiring is hier met Heinrich Bezuidenhout, Uané Lingenfelder, Mischa Labuschagne en Strachan du Plessis. Sufyaan Simons, Lara van der Westhuizen en Gert Gelderblom sit voor.
Top spots: Boston City Campus and Business College’s top graduates for 2011 are, from left: Hennie Steenkamp (IT), Kobus Louw (secretarial and office administration), Siphenathi Sigwece (sport administration), Lorencio Opperman (service industry), Relabohile Makoala (accounting), Gerda Antonie (Boston principal), Bulelani Ndilele (legal), Lea Carswell (hospitality and leisure), Kathrijn Schmidt (management) and Wendy-Ann Boer (HIV/Aids).
Sparkling: These pupils of the Sumé Dance Studio have excelled in the Association for International Dance Teachers’ exam, the culmination of the top – not to mention the toughest – dance syllabus in the world. “The syllabus is designed with extraordinary dance techniques that allow pupils to excel on all levels of dancing,” says studio principal Sumé Lötter. But this did not faze the pupils, who went on to obtain honours and distinctions in their respective grades.
Engels: Chelsea Rheeder was sewende plek in Engels eerste addisionele taal.
First day back: SWPS’s pupils in Grades 1 to 7 are seen their first morning at primary school.
Ready for the year:
Besigheidstudies: Ruan Oostenbrink het negende in die Wes-Kaap in besigheidstudies geëindig.
Grade 1 pupils Riley Payten, Jessica Myburgh and Davon Oliphant.
Lucy Ebrahim, Newberry House Montesorri art teacher, stands with some of this year’s pupils. They are (clockwise from left) Kyla Arvan, Nikola Schuster, Michelle Dippenaar and Kayla Anderson.
SCHOOLS | SKOLE
Thursday, 26 January 2012 NEWS 1–15
Bekerwenners: Selfs die hitte kon die Hoërskool Strand se atlete nie terug hou Dinsdag 17 Januarie toe die onderskeie kleurgroepe mekaar die stryd aangesê het nie. Die Blouspan het met 829 punte as oorwinnaars uit die stryd getree en ook met die sangbeker weggestap. Edan Shields is as die junior victor ludorum en Leon Strauss as senior victor ludorum gekroon. Ané Ras was die senior en Charizé Steyn die junior victrix ludorum. Onder is Chevé Havenga (beste veldatleet), Melissa Meyer (beste langafstandatleet), Stewart Jacobs (beste kortafstand) en Lisa McLoud (beste middelafstand).
HS Strand se yster: Die
S-Wes Primêr se atletiektrots: Somerset-Wes Primêr het Donderdag 19 Januarie hul jaarlikse interhuis-swemgala gehou. Die skool se uitblinkers was Isabella Naudé, Zoë Linders, Rouxvé Meyer en Hagen en Breyton Pool. Die Pool-broers het onderskeidelik met die titels senior victor ludorm (Hagen) en junior victor ludorm (Breyton) weggestap. Hier staan die twee presteerders by hul trotse ouers en ’n onderwyser by dié skool, Johan le Roux. Regs: Rouxvé Meyer, Johan le Roux (onderwyser) en Zoë Linders. Dié twee leerders het die titel van senior victrix Ludorm gedeel.
Nuwe rekordhouers: Hoërskool Parel Vallei het die afgelope Vrydag hul jaarlikse interhuis-atletiekbyeenkoms gehou en die dag het vele puik prestasies opgelewer met 14 nuwe rekords. Rekords het gespat in die 400 m, 800 m en 200 m seuns o.19 en o.17. Die meisies het rekords gebreek in onder meer hammergooi o.17, 3 000m o.19 en hoogspring o.14. Met hul trofeë is (van links) Lieze van Heerden, Cheré Mostert, Jaden Flagg en Rory Anthony.
Nuwe hoogte bereik: De Wet Neethling, ’n onderwyser aan die Hoërskool Strand, het gedurende die Desembervakansie ’n uitdaging aanvaar om die hoogste berg in Afrika, Kilimanjaro, te klim. Ná vyf dae se uitmergelende stap op die Machame-roete het hy en die res van die toergeselskap op 23 Desember om 06:35, met die kwik op -15 ˚C, die Uhuru-piek (5 895 m bo seespieël) bereik. Van links is Adriaan Neethling, De Wet Neethling en Joerg Neethling.
Jet-setter: Dale Boyce, a Grade 12 pupil of Parel Vallei High School and Rotary short-term exchange student to France, spent the past holiday with the Mazars family in Normandy. Dale also enjoyed a short stay in Holland, where he met up with other exchange students from South Africa. In turn Rémi Mazars spent the June–July holidays with Dale’s family in South Africa.
Hulle lei SW Primêr: Dié leerlinge van Somerset-Wes Primêr is as hoofleiers vir 2012 aangewys. Agter van links is Kirstie Koen (onderhoofdogter) en Sabri Jacobs (onderhoofseun). Voor is Luke Maaza (hoofseun) en Rouxvé Meyer (hoofdogter).
Bo: Johan le Roux, onderwyser by SW Primêr en die junior victrix ludorm, Isabella Naudé.
eerste nasionale junior ranglys gholftoernooi is Maandag en Dinsdag in SomersetWes gespeel. Dié toernooi, met van die beste junior gholfspelers in die land, word gebruik om die SuidAfrikaanse junior ranglys saam te stel. Spelers (109) van oor die land het aan dié drie- ronde toernooi deelgeneem. Elmo Barnard (foto) van Hoërskool Strand, het met puik spel ’n algehele sesde plek behaal. Johann Germishuys het 23ste plek verower terwyl Rohan van der Merwe, wat vir die eerste keer deelgeneem het, hom goed van sy taak gekwyt het.
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Thursday, 26 January 2012 ANNIVERSARY
Together forever: Freddie and Jane Charity from Macassar re-
Engaged: Rodney Goff and Noleen Fortuin from Macas-
cently celebrated a magical 52nd wedding anniversary among family members and friends.
sar will soon be happily wed – they got engaged on 15 December.
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Birthday bash: Lydia Hendricks from the Strand recently celebrated her 65th birthday.
Geseënde verjaardag: Anne Barends van Sir Lowry’s Pass het op 14 Januarie haar 78ste verjaarsdag tuis met haar familie en vriende gevier.
Coming of age: Aslene Visser from the Strand celebrated her 21st birthday this past Sunday.
Wedding vows: Kim Beckett and Shane Gordon exchanged their vows on 17 December at the Stellenbosh Golf Club.
’n Lewe gewy aan die orrel: Na 66 jaar se diens as orrelis in agt Wes-Kaapse NG-gemeentes, gaan Eduard Hough van Stellenbosch, sy aftree-seremonie by die NG-gemeente Somerset-Wes op Sondag 29 Januarie vier. Eduard het op die ouderdom van 13 jaar begin orrel speel en vir die afgelope 20 jaar het hy en sy eggenote, Francie, verskeie uitvoerings en konserte in gemeentes aangebied.
Visitors from afar: Members from the Minerva and Halfway House Rotary Clubs paid a visit to Somerset West’s own Rotary Club recently. At the meeting Jo Barnes spoke on housing conditions, sanitation and associated health risks in selected subsidised, low-cost housing settlements in Cape Town. Seen here (back row, from left) are Bernard Aris, Gerhard Fabius, Siard Aris and John Berry. Front: Dr Jo Barnes, Trish Smith (SW Rotary president) and Phil Berry.
’n Besondere mylpaal: Charl Daniels van die Strand het suksesvol sy skoolloopbaan aan die Rusthof Skool vir Getremdes voltooi. By hom is Lucinda Goliath, sy metgesel wat hom na die skool se afskeid op 23 November vergesel het.
New member: Stan Stone (right), as a newly inducted member of the Helderberg Rotary Club, gave an introductory talk about himself to the club last week. He is seen here with Alan Hartley, past president of the club.
KERKE I CHURCHES
Thursday, 26 January 2012 NEWS 1–15
Apostle’s visit a landmark JASON FELIX
IN his first ever visit to the Strand–Gustrow congregation, the international leader of the New Apostolic Church left a message with its members that will remain embedded in their hearts for years to come. Members waited in anticipation for the arrival of chief apostle Dr Wilhelm Leber, and when the moment finally came the hall was lit up with smiles as many in the congregation laid eyes on him for the first time in person. His presence brought with it a feeling of excitement akin to that of a child’s on a Christmas morning. “Let us all pray for experiences of faith this year,” Dr Leber said to kick off his service, which was attended by 1 726 invited members – and broadcast to 130 000 viewers in other congregations in Cape Town, Eastern and Northern Cape, and even Namibia. The chief apostle was accompanied by district apostle Mark Woll from Canada, district apostle Rudiger Krausen from Germany, and other local apostles and bishops. And the visit left the local congregation overwhelmed. “The visit of our chief apostle was truly amazing,” said Marta Wessels from Broadlands Park. Veronica Erasmus from the Strand greeted Leber with both hands. “You could really feel the love that man has for people,” she beamed. Patronella Jonathan from Gordon’s Bay says her daughter’s birthday made the day even more special. “I never thought I would see the apostle in person.” The celebrations were concluded with a musical concert in the Silvertown auditorium in Athlone on Monday.
Dr Wilhelm Leber.
Photos: Anthony Mentor
Senior members of the church greet the chief apostle with warmth. Dr Leber is welcomed by a line of local apostles.
The congregation waits anxiously for the chief apostle’s arrival.
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Thursday, 26 January 2012
Apostleâ€™s landmark visit (from page 47) Heavenly: The congregationâ€™s choir spent months preparing for the big day, and their hard work paid off when they amazed everybody with their talent during the service.
Singing sensations: The soloists enlighten hearts with their beautiful voices.
Photos: Anthony Mentor
Farewell: Dr Leber bids farewell to some of the members after his service.
Look at this: A member shows the chief apostle something special.
On his way: Dr Leber takes a moment Excited: The Sunday school children are pleased to have been a part of it all.
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Kenner maan SA-boere Main Street vs Wall Street EUNICE VISAGIE
BOERE moet pro-aktief wees en fokus op dít wat bestuur kan word. Dit was die raad van prof. Johan Willemse, voorsitter van departement van Landbou-ekonomie aan die Universiteit van die Vrystaat, by die sewende Nedbank VinPro Inligtingsdag. Dit is 19 Januarie by die Lord Charles Hotel in Somerset-Wes aangebied. “Ons moet fokus op dit wat bestuurbaar is. Dit is die grootste uitdaging wat landbou in ons land in die gesig staar. Politiek, die ekonomiese krisis en internasionale markte is nie iets waaroor jy as boer beheer het nie. Jy gaan niks omtrent die ANC se leierskonferensie kan doen nie, maar jy kan jou somme maak en kyk waar dit moontlik is om te spaar. Moenie die klein jakkalsies onderskat nie,” het Willemse gesê. “Jy het wel beheer oor jou visie en doelwitte. Dit is nodig om ’n aksieplan daar te stel waarvolgens jy kan werk. En moenie
perspektief verloor nie. Wees deurentyd positief oor dit waarmee jy besig is. Ek ken nie negatiewe mense wat suksesvol is nie. As jy negatief raak, is jou fokus nie meer reg nie en dit is ’n resep vir finansiële ondergang.” Willemse het harde woorde vir die boere gehad. “Julle sê dit gaan sleg. Maar hoe kan jy sukkel as jy ’n strandhuis in Hermanus het? Kyk na jou private lewenskoste. Kan jy met jou hand op jou hart sê dit gaan sleg met jou? Maak die nodige aanpassings.” Dit is duidelik dat moeilike en belangrike besluite in die nabye toekoms geneem sal moet word. “Moenie gemiddeld wees nie. Besluit wat die beste gaan werk vir jou. Onthou, die groot manne gaan groter word. Die klein outjies gaan op meer as een mark fokus. Dit is dié wat hulle in die middel bevind, wat gaan moet aanpas. Jy sal groter raak, of ’n niche-mark betree,” het Willemse gemaan.
THE title of this article refers to the real economy at business level vs that at the level of the stock market. The stock market reports the value of the underlying businesses making up the real economy. So in theory the stock market should reflect what is happening in the economy. However, sometimes there is a disconnection. This might be because the stock market tries to predict where the real economy is going. Take the 2008 stock market correction, which was followed by the recession. The stock market did not cause, but correctly predicted, the recession. But sometimes the stock market can get it wrong. The JSE All Share Index ended last week at an all-time high. Does this mean the real economy is going to prosper this year? Most of the articles I have read seem to predict a difficult year ahead for SA business. So is the stock market getting it wrong? If I knew the answer I would probably be on my yacht instead of writing this article. A primary driver of the JSE’s valuation is the current level of commodity prices.
After totally collapsing in 2008, commodity prices recovered, taking the JSE All Share Index with it. So if I were to predict at what level the JSE All Share Index is likely to finish the year I would look closely at where I expect commodity prices to finish.
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HURLING STAN Our beloved brother died 27 Jan 1992. No matter how many years have passed we shall cherish the memory of you always. Constantly loved and missed by your sisters, brother and families
We, the family of the late, GERSHWIN HARTZEN BERG, would like to ex press our sincere gratitude for the thoughtful gifts / flowers everyone sent during our time of mourn. The flowers truely brightened the room and lifted our moods. Gershwin leaves behind his two sons: Darren Fourie & Login Fou rie, Girlfriend: Imalda Fourie, Mother: Francis Hartzen berg, Father: Andrew Hart zenberg, Sister: Chantel Hartzenberg, Brother: Kevin Hartzenberg Knowing you will miss him too, makes our burden a bit easier to bear. Love, Mommy, Daddy, Chantel, Kevin, Imalda & kids: Darren & Login.
REGISTERED COUNSELLOR (HPCSA) Tr a u m a , L i f e C r i s i s , Relationship / Marruage, Divorce, Parenting Plans. KARIN 0846999936
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HURLING STANLEY In loving memory of our beloved brotherinlaw; When old times we recall, it is then when we miss you most of all. Fondly remembered by Roy & Denise, Errol & Vicky and families.
TOURAWAY AIRPORT SHUTTLE Toere & Funksies IAN DESSINGTON Tel: 083 260 4728
Belle Dame Opening Special:
Facial with fr ee back massag e – R280 Vinette - 084 384 429 8
JOHN JOHANNES THEU NIS 29.04.1942 21.01.2012 Passed away after short illness. Will be sadly missed by family and friends. Funeral Arrangements: Sat 28 Jan 2012 Service at home : 08h00 Service at United Apostolic Faith Church, 6th Street, Firgrove : 09h00 11h15 Private Cremation
KEARNS KNIGHT Happy 60th Dad Thank you for all the lovely years and special memo ries. May there be many more. Love you lots Ingrid, Jax, Therese & Chantal
JUMPING CASTLES en waterglybaan te huur. Tel: Charmaine by 8533999 of 0835139493.
24 Hour access 24 Hour security Closed circuit TV
LOW RATES!!! ! 290 Secure Storage Units Also Mini Workshops with electricity
GLADSTONE COETZEE 24/01/1951 61ste Verjaarsdag by jou Skep per. Ons dink aan jou met liefde & mooi herinneringe. Still missing u. Van jou vrou Serina, kinders en kleinkinders.
STORE YOUR: Car, Caravan Boat, Documents Furniture
GUESS WHO'S 21? Congratulations Girl God bless from Ma, Momo & Karen.
Airport Shuttle & Transfers ( 0823791936 www.bluerockshuttles. webs.com
TUISHAARVERSORGING indien u in Strand Noord woon. Cel 0823921992
Osmond Road, Broadlands Industrial Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cell: 082 482 2246 Tel/Fax: 021 845 6070
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If desired, donations to Imibala which funds the schooling of under privileged children would be appreciated. Details as follows: Imibala Trust RMB Private Bank Branch: Tygervalley Branch Code: 260505 Account Number: 62173955918 Reference: Marc Kilian / Donor's name
UNYAKA Annual accounting and tax for small businesses. www.unyaka.co.za
GUESS WHO IS 21? Happy birthday From Mammie, Jamie, ouma Lenie and family
A celebration of Marc's life will be held at Blaauwklippen Vineyards in Stellenbosch +27 (0)21 880 0133 on Saturday afternoon, January 28, 2012 from 15:30.
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Marc Kilian passed away on Saturday January 21, 2012 in Somerset West at the age of 31. Loving son of Andre & Karen. Loving brother of Nicole & Michelle. Loving brother-in-law of Fraser McAllister. Loving uncle of Nkosi. Loving partner of Kate.
JIM STEELE Passed away peacefully on 19/01/12 after a brave fight with cancer. With his eyes firmly fixed on the crown he fought the good fight and now is at rest with his Lord. We his family, rejoice in his life and witness, but miss him being with us. Memorial service Friday 14h30 Christ Church, Somerset West.
ASHAMI PSYCHIC HEALER Can help with marriage , relationship, business and health problems etc. Call 076 718 5539 or 0218500409
SAFE AND SURE I can drive you anywhere in the Helderberg area, i.e C.Town Airport etc. Tel: 0721258962
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BASIC CONVERSA TION Beginners welcome: Private or class lessons
Tel: 021 851 3516 5011 L 373E4
MUSIC TUITION Piano, Keyboard, Theory Beginners + Advanced For fun or exams All ages welcome Experienced teacher with B.Mus degree Call 083 256 8684
CURTAINS, duvet covers and cushions etc. expertly made. ( Jean (021) 8500767 or 0832336139.
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For all plumbing and electrical problems! BE YOUR PROBLEM BIG OR SMALL, MAKE IT MINE GIVE ME A CALL! 10% Pensioners discount on labour
SARENE'S DANCE STUDIO 185 Main Rd. Strand . Social . Wedding dances . Ballroom & Latin . Karate Sarene 082 453 6421 email@example.com SILVERLINERS LINEDANCE IN DIE STRAND & SOMERSET WES. SKAKEL ASB. MARTIE @ 083 287 7040 VIR MEER INFO.
( 082 823 2196 0218564727 0860758595
PAY ONE REDUCED PAYMENT Contact 021 856 1095 or sms "Debt" to 074 645 8402 NCRDC294
4111 L 3607F
1 YORKIE REUNTJIE te koop. Skakel 044 7521216 of 0786352414
BRASS BED (Queen) with mattress as new. R1 250. Phone 021853 0626.
TOWNSHIP ANIMAL RESCUE'S AdoptaPet will be at the Craft Market, Southeys Vines, on Sat. Jan 29th from 111 pm. Come and see our lovely kittens, pups and older dogs. There is an adoption fee. Dog and cat food urgently needed. Ph: 0218551824. www.townshipanimalrescue. co.za
Carports/Afdakke Patios/pergolas. Treated & SABS timber. Smart finish using 22 years exp. Great product @ great price! Tel: 0834148103/0218581873 EXCLUSIVE: We Manufacture Designers clothes in South Africa. Small to 7XL. View by appointment Mondays to Sundays 94 Selected upmarket boutiques welcome. Call to register now. Vacancies local & International rep 021 854 5757 / 0761087494. Show this adv for discount. firstname.lastname@example.org www.twistersa.co.za
STEPPING OUT ACADEMY OF DANCE Classes offered in modern, tap, jazz, hip hop, martial arts and body conditioning in an airconditioned studio with surround sound. Starting age 3 yrs. 20 Years teaching experience. Contact Ru @ 071 3661840
JUMPING CASTLE and other fun items for hire! Patricia 0218554715
ART CLASSES for Adults & Children in Somerset West done by pro artist Brindley Pritchard on 083 4598903 drawing and painting in small and pleasant classes. BCOM STUDENT (Unisa) benodig tutor vir Rente Re keningkunde en Makro Eko nomie. Helderberg / Stel lenbosch area. Tel 083 285 6480 BIODANZA WORKSHOP with Carolina! 3 Feb 18:00 20:15 pm. Yellow door hall behind Mt View Tool Hire, Sir Lowry Rd, G/Bay. Ph to book: 072 8799 896. R120. ENGLISH CLASSES; TEFL courses; Private lessons; The International English School. Call 0218528859 or email@example.com
SUME'S DANCE STUDIO 021852 3876 (after 2pm) 155 Main Rd, S/West On offer: Qualified AIDT & TDA teachers Modern jazz & Musical Theatre for all ages Exam work for tiny tots advanced We welcome Boys and Girls of any age Adult exercise / dance classes Horton Technique Pupils can also participate in Shows & Eisteddfods Sume 021856 5948 or Carol 021855 2503 Email firstname.lastname@example.org First 2 lessons are free Dance helps with self confidence, posture and discipline. Our goal is for you to experience the 'Love of Dance' SWIMMING LESSONS Strand for ages 6 & older. Qualified Learn to Swim Instructor SWIMSA. Mon Fri 10am2pm. Tel Gary 074 107 7998. WISKUNDE EKSTRA KLASSE GR 4 7 Tel: 021 856 1810 Cel: 082 781 5633
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FUNCTION VENUE 185 Main Rd. Strand Brand new upmarket function venue available for rent incl braai facilities. Ideal for weddings & company functions. Sarene 0824536421 email@example.com
CRAZY FIT MASSAGE Machine/Power Plate. Tone, slim, increase bloodflow, increase metabolism, i n c r e a s e b o n e d e n s i t y, reduce cellulite, balance hormones and much much more. Asking R2000. Tel: 072 626 7031.
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(021) 853 4994 082 445 4242 www.misterblind.co.za STAAL VOëLHOK MET vinkies. 1mx1mx1,6m hoog R2500 o.n.k.a. Skakel 0728156004
FROZEN CHICKEN PORTIONS
NEED AN EXTRA INCOME? Business Opportunity with International Wellness Company. Full / Part time. 082 427 3038
LIFT OFFERED to and from Stellenbosch Monday Friday. Starting on the 5th February. Call Kara 072 365 6388.
Ridgways Furnitur e
GARAGE SALE Kitchen ware, crockery, bedding, cookery, magazines, griller, mens and womens clothing. Phone 082 897 9175
OAK; TEAK; MAHOGANY BLACKWOOD; ETC FURNITURE
HOUTBORDE (Shutterply) 1mx1mx15mm @ R35 elk 1mx1mx24mm @ R45 elk Aflewering beskikbaar op grootmaat. Skakel 0723324216 of 0796256852 (Paarl)
CONTACT JOHN 083 701 4225 OR 021 853 6022 SMS WELCOME
ABANDON your search! CASH for modern clothes, fancy dress, linen, kitchen ware, books & furniture (smalls). I collect! ( Carol 082 890 5749. ABOUT FURNITURE WANTED: Queen Ann and Victorian lounge suites, Grand Father clocks and Roll Top desks. Call 021 853 1341 or 0827713650. EMBUIA, Stinkhout, Geel hout en Swarthout meubels gesoek, asook "Queen Anne" & "Victoriaanse" sitkamerstelle. Kontak Freddie by 8543998 of 082 9237 283. FURNITURE, FRIDGES, ANTIQUES. Thinking of selling any item? I will be keen to make you a cash offer. Kindly phone Ronnie 0828239944.
1 2 10 CASH LOANS LENINGS TOT R200 000 Swartlys welkom Goedkeuring in 5 minute 021 762 9079
FURNITURE, FRIDGES, ANTIQUES. Thinking of selling any item? I will be keen to make you a cash offer. Kindly phone Ronnie 0828239944.
2½ kg Boxes (100gX25) 0512 S 3803A
Emergency Plumbers and Electricians
MUSIC TUITION (BEGINNERS) Lots of fun !!! Piano, Recorder, Keyboard, Theory. Afr. & Eng. Tel: 021 856 1810 / 083 825 3306
YOUR UNWANTED building materials, garage & household contents for cash!! Phone Wicus 073 680 2736
CONSOLIDA TE YOUR DEBT WITHOUT TAKING OUT A LOAN OR ACCUMMULA TING MORE DEBT .
LINE DANCING Mondays from 18:30 to 20:30. Morning class will be open Tues 09:3011:30 Book now to secure your place! It's good fun for all. Ph. Beryl 0218562373 or 0828 55 44 78.
FREE RANGE ½ CHICKEN SPICED & MARINATED
ONS KOOP Enige Munte, note (internationaal), mili têre medaljes, uniforms, meganiese horlosies, bajonette, skilderye, goud en silwerware, Anglo Boe r e o o r l o g gedenkwaardighede, Urban Goods ( Koos 0824213644 of 083440 1386
Delivery free of charge
082 829 9958 or 021 851 6090
WE BUY BEDDING, LINEN, Curtains, baby/children clothing, Tv's, fridges & any household items. Ph. 084 989 6712
0 ATTENTION 0 House Office Cleaning Spring Cleans, Windows & Ironing. Daily/weekly from R85 per shift ( Dalien 0823355027/021 8526122 2 CHRISTIAN LADIES. ESTER looking for Tue and Thur. 31 Yrs. 078 037 5114. Ref available, 3 yrs exp. STELLA 22 yrs looking for sleep in. 2 Yrs exp. 073 316 8193. 2 ZIM LADIES looking for housekeeping in guest house. Contact Alice 078 440 5830 or Fortunate 078 206 6361. I AM CHIPA, a 25 year old Zim lady looking for work everyday or chars. I'm good at ironing, cleaning. I have 3 yrs experience and I'm honest, reliable & hard working. Ref call Daniel 072 184 5423. Call me 074 363 9664 33 YEAR OLD LADY is looking for domestic work or baby sitting. Good with children and fully exper ienced. Contact Esnath 078 615 9770. MY NAME IS Xolani, I'm a boy from Malawi looking for a job as a gardener, painter & electrician. I have mall experience. Ref available. Phone 072 125 3668. A 30 YEAR OLD lady is looking for domestic work, baby sitting, everyday or chars. Please contact Khudzie 073 730 8686. Ref available. A ZIM LADY AGED 28 is looking for everyday work sleep in or chars. Good with kids and pets. Call Percy on 0845300855. AANGENAME Afrikaanse huishulp (076 574 3010) soek werk in Somerset Wes/Strand. Verwysing: 021 8500654
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AN EXPERIENCED housekeeper with contactable ref is looking for domestic work, everyday / char or as a nanny. Please call me 078 372 1948.
I'M A MALAWIAN guy looking for a job as a garde ner / housekeeper or any domestic work. Contact Lawrence on 083 746 0215 or 073 131 2876.
CLEO is looking for everyday or chars. Contact details 078 571 1252. BETTY is looking for everyday or chars. Contact details 083 942 3104.
I'M ENOCK a Malawian looking for a job as a garde ner or any domestic work. 3 Yrs experience. Ref no 083 741 5887. Promise to work hard. 079 173 6392.
COLLINGS MALAWIAN man, is looking for two or one day to work as a garde ner or house keeper. Contact 0782715723 or ref 0739292189 .
I'M LOOKING for Thursdays or fourth night Wednesday. Hard working. For references please call 082 429 9784. For me call 079 210 2825.
ENIA 34 YRS looking for domestic, childminder. Ref avail. Call 078 225 4614. WILMAR 40 YRS looking for work as a housemaid. Call 078 198 1815.
I'M VUYISWA looking for chars, Mon, Wed, Fri. Ref Sharon 083 365 8434. Contact 073 215 1243.
EUNICE IS LOOKING for a job, domestic work. I'm kind and a hard worker. My number is 078 904 1231. For ref contact Mrs. Jos at 021853 2799 or 072 900 6167. FRANK MALAWIAN. I am looking for a job as a garde ner. Monday, Thursday, Saturday. 073 017 2819. Reference Jane 083 652 4929. HAWA SEEKS a job as a domestic worker or chars. ISHUMAEL SEEKS a job as a gardener or house keeper. Call 073 362 9012. HOPESON A MALAWIAN man is looking for a job as a gardener or housekeeper. He is honest and hardworking. For ref call Jankle on 0826446224 or Hopeson on 0739647886 I AM A MALAWIAN looking for a job as a housekeeper, gardener or painting. Experienced. Please call Joseph 073 879 8652. I AM A MALAWIAN LADY looking for a job as a babysitter, housekeeping or any job. ( 076 622 9687. I AM A ZIM LADY age 26 looking for everyday or chars. With ref. Contact Annie 0787575432. EMILY a Zim lady looking for Wed, Fri. Ref avail. 0737145636 I AM A ZIM LADY aged 30 yrs. I am looking for a sleep in or out. I am honest, smart, friendly & hard working. I am reliable and able to work with kids. 073 625 7259. I AM EMILY. I am looking for a job, cooking, house keeping. 078 189 0392 I AM FANNY. I am looking for a job as a house worker. 073 410 2382. I AM JOY, a Malawian looking for full/part time job as a gardener. I can work with drills, grinder, pop leaver, sanding disk and fibre glass. Call 073 639 5342 or 071 202 2234. WE ARE MOVING: Notemba needs new position after 8 years of faithful service. Phone: 021 8515961 I AM looking for char or sleep in work. With contac table references. Looking for work from MonFri. Call Dina 0765762716. I AM LOOKING FOR JOB chars or everyday. I am a homecarer, someone who can look after elderly or frail person. Call 021 3611702 or 0762783716. I AM LOOKING FOR A job chars or everyday work. Refs available. Phone Antoneta on 0781323105
I'M ZUZIWE looking chars or everyday work. a good cleaner. For please call Abson 082 9578. My cell no is 078 7573 / 073 410 4121.
AVON REPS Full or Part time Earn between 15 and 30% commission. Call Sonia 0218458600 or 0825369811
Indien u aan bogenoemde vereistes voldoen skakel: 021 855 2429 of faks CV na 086 689 5995. H A I R D R E S S E R REQUIRED (Brading, Weafing, Corn Rowes, etc) Contact Morne 021 854 7781 INSIDE COLLECTOR wanted, good earning potential, use of company vehicle, R1000 basic + 3% commission. For interview call 021 856 4316
for I'm ref 578 961
JEWELRY Manufacturer requires exper ienced Assembly Staff. Please fax your CV to 0865714023
LOOKING FOR WORK Monday, Tuesday, Friday & Saturday. Know gardening and house keeping. Ref 0836444436 / 0832301639 Contact 0736141035.
JUNIOR "QUANTITY SURVEYOR" Pierre Volschenk Verfkontrakteurs benodig die dienste van 'n junior "quantity surveyor", wat se pligte onder ander ook projekbestuur sal behels. Kontak 083 251 7291 of stuur CV na vol firstname.lastname@example.org
LOOKING FOR WORK Monday to Saturday. Know housekeeping and gardening. Contact no 076 936 7925. MALAWIAN LADY aged 28 yrs looking for house work or childminding. 6 Yrs experience. Ref call Gail on 084 506 8648 or call me on 071 988 6758.
Manager / Supervisor required for garden maintenance / landscape company. Fax CV to 086 601 1262.
MALAWIAN looking for a j o b a s a g a r d e n e r, housekeeper or waiter. Ref available. Contact Malani 0837295928.
ASSISTENT Videowinkel STAX VIDEO Somerset Wes Tweetalig, Tussen 18 & 25 jaar, Eie vervoer. Bereid wees om aand en naweek skofte te werk. Handig ver korte C.V. in by STAX, Checkers Sentrum.
MALAWIAN looking for any job. Very hard working and trustworthy. I am 28 yrs. Call me on 071 916 7852. You will never regret by taking me. Gary
A WELL KNOWN restau rant in Somerset Mall requires the services of a Front of House Manager Must have previous experience in a similar position. Salary neg. Email C V ' s t o mbsomersetwest@themugg .com
MY HONEST, reliable and hardworking char has a Tuesday and Friday free. Please contact me on 083 456 4750 for further information. MY RELIABLE char is available for Wednesday, phone Nomawethu (Elsie) 073 079 7208. For reference phone me on 083 613 0442.
A WELL KNOWN restau rant in Somerset Mall requires the services of a Kitchen Manager. Must have previous experience in a similar position. Salary neg. Email CV's to mbsomersetwest@themugg .com
NYASHA GAMA from Ma lawi, a 30 yr old man is looking for job as a garde ner for the following days. Mond, Tues and Sat. Call 0737150341 or ref 0761031805 Jasslin.
Benodig jong arbeiders. Doen aansoek by 4 Edgar Straat, SomersetWes.
RELIABLE, thorough and trustworthy my domestic worker for 20 years has a vacancy commencing February. Phone Thandi: 0723411832 (References: 021 8517236).
CALL CENTRE AGENTS Now is the time to take control of your career and be a part of our DYNAMIC growing company. We are currently looking for highly motivated individuals to join our fast growing team. Our mission is to find individuals that is able to communicate strong and has the ability to build strong relationships over the telephone, with a friendly and winning personality. If you want to be part of our vibrant team, climb the ladder to success please call 071 255 9345 for an appointment.
ZIM LADIES looking for work. Call Cecilia on 083 527 2326. Ref call Margi on 083 661 8454. Permit avlb and call Mary on 078 783 4140. Everyday or chars. ZIM LADY looking for everday work or sleep in. Very reliable and trustworthy and hardworking. Ref: Loise @ 078 868 1885. My contact nr is 073 392 4158.
Au Pair/Driver Young female, 45 days weekly (from 14.30). Own transport needed, Somerset West to Stellen bosch. Liesl 082 851 9462
GESOEK: KONSTRUKSIE ELEKTRISIëN Vereistes: . Bestuurderslisensie en SA ID . 3 Fase huis/projek van begin to einde kan doen . Ten minste 5 jr ondervin ding in bedryf . Vorige werksverwysings
BENODIG Afrikaans spre kende vrou om 2 kinders (2 jaar en 7 mnde) te versorg en huis te hou vir 4 dae 'n week. Verwysings belangrik. Kontak Annemien 0834259772.
EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS required. Knowledge of corsetry and tailoring essential. Please contact Lianne 084 580 5823. EXTRAS FOR FILMS Please email photo, ID, contact details, availability to email@example.com All ages required
OPPORTUNITY FOR QUA L I F I E D B E AU T Y THERAPIST to run their own salon from a well situated premises. Contact 083 301 7770. ORRELIS/TE BENODIG by Volkskerk Strand. Vergoe ding onderhandelbaar. Pick 'n Pay Gordons Bay We are seeking experien ced: Cashiers Till Packers Fax CV+ ID to: 086564 9167 POOL COMPANY is looking for a hardworking male person to do pool related work maintenance & technical. Must have drivers licence and cell phone. To start asap. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org RECEPTIONIST position available at Thesen in Blackheath. Duties: Answer ing of telephones plus admin duties. Person must be fully bilingual and have good computer skills. Must have own transport Salary negotiable with company benefits. Please send your cv to Sindy Pienaar. spienaar@trussmanufacturi ng.co.za or fax 021 905 0726. WORK FROM HOME Up to R30 000pm Work on your PC. No boss. No stress. More info visit www.welcometofinancialfree dom.com SALES CONSULTANT ALUMINIUM WINDOWS Experienced dynamic person. Must be well connected with Arch, QS, Dev, & Builders in general Cape Town area. We offer: Basic + com. + petrol. Own car + cell essential Fax max. 3 page CV with personal + contact info + Availability to the MD @ 021 9052177
S A L E S C O N S U LTA N T required with sound knowledge of extracting quantities from building plans. Only persons fitting this requirement will be considered. Fax a 1 page CV to 0218500439. STITCHING MANAGER/LOOMTUNER/ WARPER A manufacturing Company in Stikland/Bellville seeks the services of: Stitching / Weaving Manager Must have experience in a Stitching/Knitting/Weaving environment. The Company uses airjet looms, Dornier looms and stitching machines (Malluwatt) to manufacture products from fibre glass.
QUAD BIKE, HONDA Rimcon R30 000. Yamaha Grizzly R40 000 Motorbike Kawasaki KX125 R14500. Yamaha YZ125 R16900. Yamaha TTR230 R14500 Very good condition. Neg. Tel: 072 626 7031.
Loomtuner Must have experience as loomtuner on Dornier looms Warper Must have previous experience as a Warper (Hacoba machine). Please send your applications to email@example.com or fax 086 276 2046 If you receive no response by 3 February 2012, please consider your application unsuccessful TOONBANK ASSISTENT Vereistes: . Tweetalig . Rekenaarvaardig . Netjies . Onder druk kan werk CV moet afgegee word by Lourensford Weg 9, SomersetWes VERKOOPS KONSULTANT GESOEK: Ons soek 'n persoon wat hou van verkope, maar wat die standvastigheid van 'n basies verkies. ONS BIED: Basiese salaris R7 500 p/m Voordele Ekstra. Kontak my assistent (Heidi) op 021911 3117. VERWERS Pierre Volschenk Verfkontrakteurs benodig die dienste van ervare verwers. Kontak 083 251 7291 of stuur CV na vol firstname.lastname@example.org
MOTORS EN BAKKIES GESOEK Skakel 079 777 1729
Boat stores or general storages for sale in Gor don's Bay Industrial. Please contact Romana on 082 6929456
112 BESIGHEDE Antomar Makelaars Vir lys, navrae of webblad: www.antomar.co.za
Strand Broadlands Village 1.8m fence, steel sliding gate. 2 Bed R299 000. Corner plot. 3 Bed R335 000. No deposit reqd. 0823761461/021855 2369. STRAND newly renovated 10 bedr house Gordonsbay Road,cnr Naomi street great business potential. 460m² under roof. Pvt. sale. R1.7mil. 072 276 0760.
Brad new first floor 2 bedroom apartment with stunning view for resale. Single garage included. Available from 01 April 2012. R1.4 million. Contact the sales office on 021852 0821.
WANT TO SELL YOUR VEHICLE? We buy and sell vehicles. For good prices call 072 641 8003 or 082 556 2058.
FLAT FOR SALE BY OWNER. Position, Position, Position. 021 854 5757 / 0761087494 or email: email@example.com S/WEST: Centrally located. Large 3 bedr on ground floor plus garage. Safe & secure. Large grounds. R550 000. 0823761461/021855 2369. SOMERSET WEST R545 000 (Winskoop) Sentraal geleë. Gevestigde Sekuriteits blok. Ruim 2 slpk met balkon. Eileen Matthee 082 926 7638 021854 7220 www.gustrouw.com Realtors International
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I will help you design your own kitchen or guide you thr ough a re-vamp. For quotes & advise – Contact: 082 381 4144 0512 381 14
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COOL CONNECTIONS Repairs to fridges & freezers. Repairs done at home Regas R250 Call Neels 079 573 0605
021 852 3767 083 415 0088 www.brians engineering.co.za
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DREYER TRANSPORT 8 ton Trok en Bakkie Kontak Willie 072 209 5262
CLEAN RITE Carpet and Upholstery cleaners Carpets, Rugs, Upholstery, Mattresses Owner operated Phone Greg on 084 585 9725
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ELECTRICAL appliances, repairs to fridges, stoves, washing machines, tumble dryers, dishwashers, etc. Established 30 years in the Helderberg. Qualified trade diploma. Paul Clark (021) 8565132.
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SOEK 1 SLPK woonstel in die Helderberg om te huur. Bedryf matte skoonmaker. Dringend. Bel asb Anton Joubert 079 840 6191. INGEBOUDE KASTE Slaapkamers, kombuise, muureenhede, hang van deure en skirtings. Gratis kwotasies en beste diens! Kontak 0837040115. JHS HANDYMAN: Repairs as well as plumbing, electrics, painting, etc. No job too big or too small. Tel. Jan 0825588990 or 021 8532434. LADY LUCK Rubble Removal Garden & Plot Cleaning Tree Felling Demolision Cell 082 424 1151 THE ROOF DOCTOR . Roofing & Painting . Free quotes and work guaranteed ( 083 252 1054 ( 078 637 5178
BACHELOR/GRANNY FLAT: HELDERVUE R2200pm + dep. W+E & Internet included. Available immed. No smoking, no pets. 021 855 3645 / 072 945 1549. Edna Brink 083 629 7879 R3 300: 2 Slp, SEK, MEU BELS, ASAP, G/B
LOOKING FOR FLAT MATE to share, grannyflat i n Fe r n w o o d E s t a t e , Somerset West. Own room, own bathroom, secure parking. R1 90000 per month. Please contact Charne Kruger at 082 924 3979 SOMERSET WEST between Checkers & Verge legen. Available i m m e d i a t e l y fo r n o n smoking students or young professionals. Furnished. Spacious lounge & dining area, 3 bedrooms, 1½ bathrooms. Large garden. Secure parking. R2 000 per room pm incl elect & water. R2 250 ensuite shower. Tel: 074 107 7998. SOMERSETWES Gemeubileerde enkel ka mer naby De Hoop Laer skool. W+L ingesl, parke ring, privaat ingang. R1 500pm. Skakel 072 080 3171.
GBAY Bachelor flat Neat, furnished, fully equipped in comp. for working out male professional only. R1 950 pm + half dep. Avail 1 Feb 2012. Call 082 753 7606 or 021856 5256. GORDONSBAAI 2 slpk dupleks op 1ste vloer met braaibalkon, Ing. stoof. Nog nie bewoon. Parkering met afdak. Verwysing: 1103405 (www.jsprop.co.za) R2 800.00 pm. Johan Sny man Eiendomme 021853 6080 / 0824610569. GORDONSBAAI w/stel te huur by huis. Enkel persoon 1 Slk. oopplan sit/eetk, kombuis, badk. Grondvloer. Geen diere. Corrie 084 351 1821 HELDERVUE BACHELOR flat for quiet single with own transport. Secure parking, no smoking. R1,900 + deposit. 0764978140. MARINER'S WAY G/BAY 2 Bedroom flats. R2 350 pm. Available immediately. Contact 021447 3665 COURTLAND PLACE STRAND Contact Ansa 021854 4779 SOMERSET LINKS Mo dern and secure complex. 2 2 Bedroom units. 1 Smartly furnished, 1 Unfurnished. Pool and Gym. Basement Parking. Non smokers. R5 500.00 pm. Call 083 301 3255 or e m a i l thysgerrie@armaturewindin g.co.za SOMERSET LINKS Mo dern 2 bedroom. R4 400 pm. Balcony braai, swimming pool, gym and 24hr security. Beautiful view of golf driving range. Available 1 Feb. Contact Hetta 0218522298. WOONSTEL TE HUUR 2 Slpk. 2 badk. Kusweg 1 Feb. Kontak 082 923 7609
SOMERSET WEST Furnished flat for single, non smoking person in Boskloof Eco Estate. 1 Bedr, bathrm, open plan kitchenette and lounge. R3 000 pm plus deposit. Phone 083 264 6234. STEYNSRUST Beautiful 1 bedroom flatlet in safe private setting with communal pool. No dogs. R3 400 pm. Call 083 306 0708 or 021 8553736. STRAND 1 b/r flat @ R2 700, gar incl. 1 b/r flat @ R2 410, no parking 3 b/r flat @ R4 000, gar incl. & 2 b/r flat @ R3 350, gar incl all are available IMMEDIATELY and close to amenities. FISH HOEK 1 b/r flat @ R3 100 avail imm and walking distance to the beach and close to amenities. Steer & Co Properties Office: 021426 1184/5 or visit our website on www.steer.co.za STRAND: 2 slaapkamer ouma woonstel met eie in gang. R2100pm. Verkieslik enkel persoon. Munisipale dienste uitgesluit 500m vanaf stasie. Skakel 082 779 4740. STRAND 2 Slpk woonstel in Madison Square sekuri teitskompleks. Gemeen skaplike swembad en braai area. 1 Parkeer plek. Be skikbaar 1 Feb 2012. R2 700 pm. Deposito R2 700. Kontak Theo 084 510 2356. STRAND eenmans w/stel met toilet/stort, kombuis, sitk. Eie ingang. R1 750 pm. Dep R300. Onmiddelik be skikbaar. Skakel 021 853 8051 n/u.
STRAND: Ruim 3 slpk woonstel. 2 Badk, sit/eetk, leefkamer met see uitsig. Enkel toesluit motorhuis + staanplek. Geleë De Beers weg. Huur R6 000 pm + de posito. Geen troeteldiere. Beskikbaar 1 April 2012. Tel 021854 3880 na 6 uur saans.
THE LINKS : 3 bedroomed flat available 1st Feb 2012 R5000pm Phone 0826889621.
DUPLEX TO RENT Villa Bellini, Strand . 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 bath rooms, Livingroom, Kitchen . Small garden . Security gate . R4 600 per month Please contact Charne Kruger @ 082 924 3979.
021 856 0558 rentals@prostar t.co.za Strand Rentals R2 500 -1 Bed,1 bath avail 1/2 Gordon's Bay Rentals Gordon Sands R3 300 - 2 Bed, 2 bath 66 on Fairway R3 000 - 2 beds, full bath Country Mews R3 600- 2 beds, full bath, own enclosed yard, no pets, 1/3 La Bella R3 000 - Large 1 bed groundfloor flat + garden 1/3 R3 600 - 2 Bed g/floor Journey's End T own House R4 400-2 Bed duplex, 2 baths, garage, garden, p/bay avail 1/3
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STRAND R 4000.00 2 Slaapkamer woonstel met 1.5 badkamers in sekuriteitskompleks. Oop plan leefarea en kombuis, kelderparkering. Kontak 021853 6527 of 079 136 9272. STRAND R 4200.00 3 Slaapkamer woonstel met 1.5 badkamer. Oopplan kombuis en leefarea met klein balkon. 1 Klein troetel dier welkom. Kontak: 021 853 6527 of 079 136 9272.
Acreage Property Management SOMERSET WEST Van Der Stel 3 bdr, 1 bathr , lounge/diningr , kitchen/no stove, 2 garages, alarm, security etc, avl 1 Feb. R6 600.00 Ph Liezel 083 447 8385 0212 L 37BB1
G O R D O N ' S B AY Spacious, modern duplex with beautiful mountain views. 3 Bed with balco nies, 2 bath, guest toilet, lounge/dining room, kitchen with granite tops. Double auto garage with direct access. Pet friendly. Available from 1 March 2012. Contact Helmine @ Dynamic Realtors 021 8500 192. R5 500 p/m
GORDON'S BA Y Gordon Sands 2 bed, 1 bath, open plan kitchen, lounge & u-cover Parking: R2 900 Wild Olive 2 bed, 1 bath, open plan kitchen, lounge & single garage, no pets: R2 900 Sea Breeze Park 2 bed, 1 bath, open plan kitchen, lounge, p/bay: R3 300 Caymans Beach Beautiful fully furnished 3 bed, 2 bath, open plan lounge, kitchen, lovely , courtyard & garage: R13 500 STRAND Theron Street Free standing 3 bed, 2 bath, kitchen, lounge, dining room, single garage: R5 500 SOMERSET WEST 3 bed, 2 bath, open plan lounge, kitchen, secure basement parking: R4 200
STRAND Strand Ridge R 3 300 p .m 1-Mar -12 2 Beds , 1 Bath , O/P lounge/kitchen . Secure Complex Prefer no pets . Roshan 082 870 7011 021 - 852 3480 www.mypr operty broker.co.za 0512 380E8
BIZWENI AVE: 3 Bed roomed, neat home to rent. North facing. Immaculate garden, garage. Secure complex. No pets, no children. R6 500 pm. Contact 084 547 4635
Glen Valley 3 bedr oom, 1 bathr oom apartment fr om only R4 800 pm For m ore information on the above properties contact 083 264 6899 or 021 914 9877 Landlor ds – W e have Tenants! Call us no w! 021 914 9877
SOMERSET WEST Steynsrust R 10 500 p .m 1-Feb-12 3 Beds , 1½ Bath , Kitchen , Lounge , Dining room , 2 Gar. Pet friendly . Marinda 082 607 0082 021 - 852 3480 www.mypr operty broker.co.za 0512 380EA
SOMERSET WEST Orange Street R 7 700 p .m 1-Feb-12 3 Beds , 2 Bath , Dining R oom, Lounge , Kitchen , Double Garage . Roshan 082 870 7011 021 - 852 3480 www.mypr operty broker.co.za 0512 380E6
3 SLAAPKAMER woonhuis in Goedehoop, Strand. On middellik beskikbaar. R3 900 pm. Skakel 083 251 7290.
Strand Broadl ands Village 2 Bedr oom, 1 bathr oom apartment fr om only R2 800 pm Close to Beaches and transport r outes – Landscape public spaces – Top Quality Homes (NHBRC Approved)
FLATS STRAND: Soteria, 2 bd. Ground floor @ R2 900. Chianti 2 bd, garden @ R3 000 (1/3). HOUSES STRAND: Broadlands village 3 br, 2 bth, freestanding @ R3 300. Nadena 083 227 8367. WE ALSO DO FURNISHED, SHORTTERM / HOLIDAY LETS.
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STRAND SOTERIA Grond eenheid. 2 Slaap kamers, 1 badkamer. Geen diere. R5 830 pm. Skakel Werner 079 444 8055
STRAND NAUTICA. Een slaapkamer woonstel te huur vanaf R3 200 / maand. Vir afspraak, skakel 021862 6363. STRAND R 3300.00 2 Slaapkamer woonstel in sekuriteits kompleks. Een klein troeteldier welkom. Beskikbaar 1 Maart 2012. Kontak: 021853 6527 of 079 136 9272.
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HELENA HEIGHTS: R7 000 pm: Modern, compact 3 bedr with lovely seaview / no pets. Tel 082 84 83 134 or 021851 6114
SOMERSET WEST Dennegeur Estate R 13 000 p .m Immediately 3 Beds , 2 Baths , O/Plan kitchen to lounge , Braai room . Garden , 2 Gar. Marinda/R oshan 082 607 0082 082 870 7011 www.mypr operty broker.co.za 0512 380E9
We provide a let ting service for RESIDENTIAL PR OPERTIE S, COMMER CIAL AND SE CURE STORAGE IN THE STRAND , SOMERSET WE ST AND GORDON'S BAY ARE AS!!! Contact: Dean P elser at RE /MAX TRE RENT ALS for compe titive r ates and a professional service!! 021 851 1572 / 079 501 1459 rentals.remaxtr email@example.com a
LADY OF 50 looking for a room inside a house or garden flat to rent for R1 800 pm as from 1 March. Call 084 514 7456.
B A C H E L O R F L AT Strand. Secure parking. Water & electricity included. R2 500.00. Available 01/02/2012. Contact owner Drikus 082 822 8872.
SOMERSET WEST: 2 Bedr duplex, lockup garage, secure complex. Avail 1 Feb. R3 900 pm. Call San dra 082 416 3522
STRAND NAUTICA. Twee slaapkamer woonstel te huur vanaf R4 200 / maand. Vir afspraak, skakel 021862 6363.
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1 SLAAPKAMER woonstel, grondvloer, Strand met toe sluit garage vanaf 1 Mrt. Frans 082 789 1331.
AREA: Somerset West, Spanish Farm. Upmarket Garden Cottage Fully furnished, 1 bedroom with DSTV. Rental: R3 900.00 pm. Contact Ivan 079 166 7642.
SOMERSET WES, een slaapkamer woonstel met privaat ingang en veilige parkering. Beskikbaar 1 Feb. R2350p/m. Deposito benodig. Skakel 0824190932
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AIRCONDITIONED dance studio with surround sound, kitchen, entrance wall, 2 bathrooms, mirrors & bars to share. Contact 0713661840.
3 BEDROOM, 2 bathroom Beachfront flat to rent R5 500/mnth. Spacious flat to rent, open plan living area, prepaid electricity. Kitchen with fitted oven and hob, parking bays in complex. Balcony with braai. Available from 1 Feb. Plse call 072 979 8249 / 021854 6698.
LOCK UP and go Townhouse in upmarket Mont Sereno to let. 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1 garage, small garden. No pets. Rent R6 700 p/m plus water and lights. Deposit R6 700. Close to De Hoop Primary School. Available 1 Feb 2012. Call 082 372 7722.
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Thursday | 26 January 2012 STRAND: Huis te huur 3 Slpk, sit,eetk, kombuis, 2 badk, wask, m/h. Geen diere. Corrie 084 351 1821
Gordon's Bay 2 Bed Flat 1 Feb R2 600
SOMERSET WEST between Checkers & Verge legen. Available immediately. Corner home in quiet area. Spacious lounge & dining area, 3 bedrooms, 1½ bathrooms. Large garden. Secure parking. No garage. R6 500 pm excl water & elect. There is an occupied granny flat on the premises. Tel: 074 107 7998.
Annemarie 072 129 0826
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SIMPLEKS IN sekuriteits kompleks SomersetWes: 2x slaap, 1x vol badkamer, groot oopplan kombuis / leefarea, enkel motorhuis plus staanplek. Tuin. R4 400 (R150 water inge sluit). Beskikbaar vanaf 1 Feb 2012. Skakel 021 880 6673. 0512 L 380D4
STRAND: R1 800: Nagenoeg bachelor flat 23m² street parking R2 800: Strand Close 2 bed flat R2 850: Soteria 2 bed flat R4 600: Plaza Izabella 2 bed 2 bath flat + sea view R4 800: Bermuda 2 bed + garage Greenways GORDON'S BAY: R2 500: Gordon Villas 2 bed flat 1st floor R2 900: Fairview Golf 2 bed flat R3 800: 2 Bed house 2 bath + carport R4 500: Summervale 2 bed flat for over 50 years only R4 500: La Fontana 3 bed 2 bath + garage R4 500: La Fontana 2 bed 2 bath duplex + garage Please call: Manda @ 084 240 9451 Weekdays between 08:00 19:00 STRAND Groot 135m² moderne 2 slpk, 1 badk, o/plan kombuis/sitk. Ingeb. braai & tuin. Enkel garage. Diere welkom. R5 450 pm. Ook 3 slpk beskikbaar. Johan 076 976 3997.
www.rentalrecipe.com GORDON'S BA Y R3 100 – Ground floor , 2 beds, 1 full bath, o/p kitchen/lounge, braai on patio, parking. P ool in s/complex. STRAND: R2 900 – 2 beds, 1 bath, o/p kitchen/lounge, parking. Pool in s/complex. R9 000 – Upmarket apar tment on beachfront with quality finishes and sea views . 3 Beds, 2 full baths (mes), guest toilet, kitchen with exquisite views, basement parking, pool. Attention Landlords, we are looking for quality homes to rent, let us find you the per fect tenant! See our furnished apar tments on:
STRAND R 6300.00 2 Slaapkamer huis met 1.5 badkamers. Braaikamer, Kombuis, Sitkamer en enkel motorhuis. Beskikbaar 1 Maart 2012. Kontak 021 853 6527 of 079 136 9272 S T R A N D U p m a r ke t secured 3 bed, BIC, lounge / diningroom, open plan, fitted kitchen. 2 Bath, entertainment room. Dbl garage. Avail imm. R9 500 pm. Call 083 369 1898 or 021633 1212.
www.rentalrecipe.com Office: 021 853 6406 Brian: 083 656 5668
House to let (7 Suikerbekkie st, SSW) From 1/02/2012 Price: R12,000/m (long term contract can be negotiated with lower rent) A 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom (MES), house, open plan living room/kitchen with gas s t o v e . B i g braai/entertainment room that can also open on the kitchen area, swimming pool, low maintenance garden (garden services included). Electronic gate/garages and sprinkling system. Dead end street on a green strip in upmarket Golden hill. Beautiful views of the mountains. Alarm system and armed response included.
GORDONSBAAI FABRIEK Stoorplek van 150m² Beskikbaar 1 Feb 2012 teen R3 200 + BTW. Navrae 021853 3176.
Contact Nardus 083 667 8144
S/WEST Land & Zeezicht. 3 Bed, 3 bath, dbl garage, laundry, pool, gazebo braai, DSTV. Walking distance to school. R12 500 pm. Call: 074 554 1150.
S/WEST: R12 500 pm: Spacious 4 bedr + teenage pad / office, swimming pool with uninterrupted views. Tel 082 84 83 134 or 021 851 6114.
SECURE STORAGE In Somerset W est, Strand and Gordon’s Bay areas. Secure access, alarm system, fire alarm, armed response. Easy to access. From R350 (INCL) per month
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STRAND R 5500.00 Splinternuwe 3 Slaapkamer duplekse met 1.5 badka mers, oopplan kombuis en leefarea, enkel motorhuis, privaat patio en klein tuintjie. Kontak 021853 6527 of 079 136 9272. STRAND NOORD R1180.00 Super netjiese 3 dubbel slpkmr huis met sitkmr, kag gel, Tv kmr, ruim kombuis, Waskmr, buite braai area (bedek) Een vol badkmr, aparte toilet, m/h plus wendy huis. Skakel Wessel by D/A prop. 021 8565020 of 0837843312
Somerset West Heldervue: 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1 Garage with enclosed g a r d e n , p e t f r i e n d l y, R7500pm water and garden service included. Phone 082 8999210. STRAND MODERNE LUUKSE GEMEUBILEER DE HUIS TE HUUR 3slp, swembad, in sek kom pleks, dubbel auto garage deure, 2,5 badkamers, oop plan binnebraai/bar, eetka mer en sitkamer, diefwering, alarm, klomp ekstras. R12 000pm Kontak 082 468 1079
KENNISGEWING Boedel Wyle JOHANNES HENDRIKUS BOTHA, Identiteitsnommer 200525 5006 089, Wewenaar, Pensionaris van Helderberg Lodge, Loerie nr. 2, Swalle Straat, Somerset-Wes en wie oorlede is te Somerset-Wes op 15 November 2011. Boedel Nr 17388/2011
A GRADE OFFICES: 80120 m2 located at The Village Centre (Pick n Pay) Gordons Bay above the Baykem Pharmacy. Aircon, Laminated Flooring, Access Control and Intercom all included. Ideal for offices or professional services. For more details call Elmarie on 021 856 2141. CALEDON STREET SOMERSET WEST Orange House Office 36m². R2 350 pm excl. VAT. Avail immed. 52m² R3 245 pm. excl. VAT. Avail.immed. Tel 083 272 3918 Gordon's Bay Beach Rd Secure office space, 65m². With kitchen & bathroom R2 900. Call 021853 5575 / 083 775 0921 LARGE STUDIO: 120m2 for rental on an hourly basis Air conditioning, laminated floors, sound system and large mirrors. Acess Control and plenty parking. Ideal for dance and cultural activities. For more details contact Elmarie on 021 856 2141.
Skuldeisers en Skuldenaars in bogemelde boedel word hiermee aangesê om binne 30 (dertig) dae na publikasie hiervan hul vorderings in te dien en hul skulde te betaal by die ondergemelde adres.
MAIN ROAD STRAND Factory/Storage with 3 phase 380m² @ R20/m². EXCELLENT VISIBILITY. Phone: 0218433044 / 0827759098. PRIME LOCATION: This ideally situated shop to let of 100m2 at The Village Centre Gordons Bay (Pick n Pay). Great visibility from the Main Road (R44). Tiled throughout, existing gas installation and air conditioning. For more details contact Elmarie on 021 856 2141. STRAND BERGZICHT SENTRUM BESIGHEIDS PERSEEL Kantore / werks area. 190m². R4 990 pm. Sel 083 662 2340. STRAND MAIN ROAD VISIBILIY: 97m² Factory / Work shop with shop frontage + 50m² secure parking. Occupation 1 Feb. R3 500 pm. Phone 083 297 2970.
MORKEL & DE VILLIERS ING Mede-Eksekuteur en Agent The Forum Dramastraat 13 POSBUS 43 SOMERSET-WES 7129 Tel: 021-850 9706 JCK/hjvr (KB000012) NOTICE Estate Late JEAN MARGARET GORDON, Identity Number 220214 0022 088, a Retired Pensioner of Room 103, Robari Lodge, New Street no. 1, Somerset West, who at her death on 17 October 2011 was a widow. Estate No 17497/2011 Creditors and Debtors are required to file their claims with and pay their debts to the undersigned within 30 days of date of publication of this notice. MORKEL & DE VILLIERS INC Executor The Forum 13 Drama Street P.O. Box 43 SOMERSET WEST 7129 Tel: 021-850 9706 JCK/hjvr (KG000004)
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Mathematics Facilitator (Part-time) (Ref. OPV05/27/0112)
Two contract posts are currently available at SciMathUS, a one-year programme offered by the University to learners from educationally disadvantaged circumstances. SciMathUS focuses on learners with the necessary potential, but who were insufficiently prepared by the schooling system for higher education in the natural sciences, applied natural sciences or economic and management sciences. Duties: Teaching Mathematics in SciMathUS • research in the field of bridging between school and university. Requirements: BSc with Mathematics as a major • a relevant teaching qualification • at least three years’ experience in teaching of Mathematics to Grade 12 learners • sound communicative skills in both Afrikaans and English. Recommendations: A postgraduate qualification in Mathematics or Mathematics Education • communicative ability in Xhosa. Commencement of duties: 1 April 2012 Closing date: 10 February 2012 Enquiries regarding these posts: Dr J.H. Smit on 021 808 3688 Enquiries regarding remuneration and benefits: Human Resources Client Services Centre on 021 939 9636 The University will consider all applications in terms of its Employment Equity Plan, which acknowledges the need to diversify the demographic composition of the staff corps, especially with regard to the appointment of suitable candidates from the designated groups. The University reserves the right not to make an appointment. Your application, comprising a comprehensive curriculum vitae (including the names and contact details of at least two referees), must reach the University before or on the closing date of the advertised post. Apply online at http://www.sun.ac.za/vacancies Candidates may be subjected to appropriate psychometric testing and other selection instruments. Should no feedback be received from the University within four weeks of the closing date, kindly accept that your application did not succeed. www.ayandambanga.co.za
Thursday, 26 January 2012
TRAIL RUN RUGBY
RSVP for 7s rugby
Lochies se bestes: Laerskool Lochnerhof het hul kleure-atletiek
of coaching at Helderberg Rugby Club, said that, should local clubs not respond by Friday, he would invite teams from outside the area to take part in the tournament. For more information on the tournament phone Ricky on 0 072 127 5537.
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verlede Vrydag gehou en ná ’n dag van goeie prestasies is Biana Prins as die victrix ludorum en Quinn Visser as die victor ludorum aangewys.
RUGBY clubs in and around the Helderberg have until tomorrow (Friday 27 January) to respond to the invitations sent out by the Helderberg Rugby Club to play in the Helderberg Sevens Rugby Tournament on 10 and 11 February. Ricky Petersen, director
Five years ago, we managed to convert millions of South Africans to using CFL energy saving light bulbs and saved you money. Now, five years later, we’re back to change your energy savers that have reached the end of their life. Continue to use energy savers to collectively save South Africa’s energy. Energy saving lightbulbs have an environmental benefit because they cut your lighting cost by using less electricity and last up to eight times longer, resulting in a reduction in greenhouse gases. The small amount of mercury that energy saving lightbulbs contain is almost used up by the time the lightbulb is ready for disposal. So try not to break the lamp and dispose of CFLs at participating retailers.
Everyone looking to renew their spent CFLs for free
raise your hands!
Old CFLs can be exchanged for new ones in two ways: a. There will be a door-to-door exchange (people will come to your door to do the exchange). b. Self exchange points will be set up in certain areas, where you will be able to go and do the exchange.
Don’t miss out! Save energy and save money!
The exchange period will run from November 2011 to January 2012. www.eskom.co.za/idm
Blazing the trail: This year the famed Dirtopia Trail Run takes place at Delvera Farm on the R44 outside Stellenbosch this Saturday (28 January). Registration takes place on race day from 06:00, with the races starting at 07:30. This year’s runs will take place on a 7 km loop, as well as a 14,5 km route for those wanting more of a challenge. Runners will be timed. The cost of entering the 7 km race is R50; taking on the 14,5 km course costs R70 (pre-entries can be made at www.dirtopia.co.za). There will be a water point on the routes and drinks at the finish. If you’d like to find out more, call 0 021 884 4752 or email 2 email@example.com. Alternatively, you can pay a visit to www.dirtopia.co.za for details.
Sport-oefentye HELDERBERG-netbalklub se oefeninge begin Dinsdag 7 Februarie van 18:30 tot 20:00 by die Strand se netbalbane oorkant Midas in die Hoofweg. Vir enige navrae kontak Maretha by 0 083 6458 846 of Hildegard by 076 676 1000. Somerset-Wes Aksie-arena se somer-liga het op 23 Januarie begin. Daar is netbal, hokkie, krieket en sokker om van te kies. As daar enige individue of spanne is wat belangstel, kontak asseblief die arena by 0 021 801 4330 of 021 8517 769 of vir Maretha by 083 6458 846 of Gersie by 079 136 1375.
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Geely joins Connoisseur
Cute Geely begets a grin
CONNOISSEUR Autohaus, a long-established pre-owned car dealership in Victoria Street, Somerset West, has with immediate effect become a franchised Geely & DFSK new-vehicle dealership, including sales, parts and service. The dealership will continue with its pre-owned vehicle operation. The new vehicles are already on display and available for demonstration and immediate delivery. Geely is the largest independent Chinese motor manufacturer, and over the past 10 years has grown faster than any other company in the Chinese automotive industry. A major strategic move by Geely in July 2010 was to purchase Volvo’s car unit for US$1,8 billion, which has infused Volvo’s famed high quality
and safety standards into the Geely Group’s ethos. Already more than 80% of Geely’s new cars are developed based on the C-NCAP five-star safety rating, and the remainder will reach the four-star level – a major breakthrough regarding the safety of Chinese brands, with Geely leading the field. Geely Automotive will establish 15 overseas markets with a global sales target of two million units per year by 2015. By the end of 2011, the number of Geely-authorised dealers in South Africa had risen to almost 50, of which 4 – including Connoisseur Autohaus in the Helderberg – are based in the Western Cape. Visit Connoisseur Autohaus at 70 Victoria Street, Somerset West, or call 0 021 852 5222 to arrange a demonstration drive.
TWO parcels, recently delivered in short succession, had me smiling: the first was an eight-week-old Springer Spaniel; the second a brand new Geely LC 1.3 GL. Both arrived clad in black, both were pint-sized and cute, and both soon proved to be quite entertaining. For purposes of this exercise I shall focus on the bearlike baby. Bearlike, for the Geely, certainly looks like a motorised panda. It certainly has the face, the shape and the behind akin to that of a baby panda. Not surprisingly, this is what the tot is called in the Geely household abroad. Here, however, it has to live with the rather bland LC moniker. It’s a pity, for the sibling merits something much more catchy and funky. In essence, the reason for my appreciation of cars is the fact that they are capable of eliciting almost all emotions. They can be appealing like a Merc, awesome like an Aston Martin, rousing like a Ferrari. They can be inconspicuous like a Toyota, mediocre like a Tata, or simply dreadful like a SsangYong. Or, they can make you smile like a Porsche Turbo, a Honda S2000 or, indeed, the Geely. One should never say never. Upon seeing a Toyota for the first time many, many moons ago, I was convinced that the newcomer from the East was not going to make the grade. I was dead wrong, for Toyota certainly is alive and very well. My first outing in a purple Hyundai Accent had me cringing and thinking that the brand was stillborn. Again, I was dead wrong, for Hyundai has become a global pace-setter. Upon hearing of the Geely, I had the notion that the name was not going to cut it. I now have a strong suspicion that this notion, too, was nonsense. For what nowadays is the paltry
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sum of R90 000 one can buy a brand new car that sports a five-star C-NCAP safety rating, a 1 300 cc motor, air-conditioning, four airbags, remote-control central locking, a CD player with USB connectivity, driving lights, alloy rims, and a threeyear or 100 000 km warranty to boot. The LC is affordable, yet well-appointed; small, yet airy; unassuming, yet charming. The interior is cheerful, the ergonomics spot on, the performance adequate, the economy impressive, and the driving experience pleasing. As an urban runa-
bout, it certainly seems like a worthy contender. Criticisms? Only this: The separation of the remote control unit from the car key is unnecessary and irritating. The liquid crystal displays for fuel, temperature and trip distance are far too tiny for comfort. Lastly, the light-coloured upholstery of the test vehicle, while attractive, looked suspiciously stain-prone. The Chinese are breaking down Western preconceptions faster than their economy is growing, which is rapid. For its part, Geely, having bought Volvo in 2010, is showing that it means business. At a time when prices are such that most earthlings can ill-afford a new car, the Geely is a most welcome kid on the block. It may not be designed to win hill climbs or tow caravans, but it certainly presents good value for money at a time when money certainly matters. It deserves to win friends. I say this, for the friend who brought our pup has decided instantaneously to buy the motorised baby. With a smile, that is. ) The test car was supplied courtesy of Brian Abrahams of Connoisseur Autohaus, local Geely dealer.
The Geely LC 1.3 GL, a cute new urban runabout loaded with features and highly affordable. Photos: Van Heerden Heunis
Thursday, 26 January 2012
Beware the stingray ANGLERS, readers and crayfish (kreef) lovers who are all anxiously awaiting the outcome of the application to extend the period in which kreef may be caught will be disappointed with the developments to date. The application from the general fishing public was addressed to the minister in charge, because too many days of inclement weather were experienced during the open season. The person at the head of fisheries answered the letter and refused the extension. She apparently had no authority to answer the letter in her own capacity, and the whole business has caused a lot of friction and unpleasantness. The hot weather and very warm water along the edge of our beaches have not been conducive to good fishing, and only a few kob, elf and belman were caught from local beaches. Fishing was slightly better from our reefs, where saltwater fly fishermen reported catching a number of good-sized leerfish, up to five kilogrammes. Two of these larger fish were caught and released from Blinkwater reef. Large elf and leerfish are often caught from this reef. The other spot that delivered some good-class leeries was the reef opposite the old Rialto movie house that projects into the Poort area. Large elf of over two kilos were caught from the beach at Strandfontein on fresh bait during the past week. Anglers fishing from small boats and kayaks have also been successful in catching few medium-sized kob, as well as some smallish elf and blacktail, just off the Melk Bay Beach and the Poort area. On Saturday and Sunday commercial boats and weekenders caught a number of yellowtail inside and just outside the Cape Point area. Professionals and recreational anglers who fished in the Rocky Bank area caught up to 50 medium and large snoek per boat.
Strand shore angler Hennie Beukes holds up a kob he caught on Sunday morning at around 08:30, just before high tide. Hennie says he caught the fish on a 7/0 hook, using a whole pilchard as bait, while fishing from Platbank, left of the small tidal pool. He said the fish fought hard and felt like a geelbek, but the bait was solidly hooked in the gills. A word of warning to rock and surf anglers wading to and from the reefs and beaches: there are currently many large stingrays spread all around our reefs and taking the bait meant for other fish. When caught, care should be taken when releasing these large rays as they can inflict serious wounds to unsuspecting anglers. Local top shore angler Christo
Botha recently hooked one of these big stingrays. As he released the ray it was washed onto Shark Rock, where he was standing, and he was jabbed in the calf. The protein in the venom caused Christo great pain and suffering. He was in such agony that he had to be hospitalised for a while. When wading it is a good idea to drag your feet along the sand when proceeding from the reefs to the shore. This action usually causes the rays to move away from where they have been lying in the sand. When walking normally, anglers can easily tread on a hidden stingray. When this happens the ray instinctively reacts by flicking its tail with the sharp barb on the end up and into the angler’s leg. The Western Province Shore Angling Association held an inter-club competition on Saturday 14 January between the Steenbras River mouth and Strandfontein beach. A large number of bronze whaler sharks were caught, weighed and released during the competition. False Bay Angling Club is the current overall leader in the league; the club’s Willie van Heerden showed his class by winning the day and taking the overall individual lead. Greg Kellerman from the Two Oceans Club also fared well during the competition. Anglers who wish to combine some great fishing with an adventure right into Angola, led by an experienced Angolan guide and angler, now have the chance to do so. If a number of anglers club together for this excursion they can enjoy an inexpensive fishing trip into the heart of Angola. Anyone interested in undertaking a trip like this may contact José Miranda in Stellenbosch on 0 021 883 8604 or 082 588 6355. For all reel repairs and services contact Art on 0 021 854 3831, and remember to keep sending your fishing news and photos to 2 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Strand surfer Steffen Burrows will be representing SA at the 2012 Quiksilver ISA World Junior Championships at Playa Venao in Panama in April. Photo: Karen Wilson
Steffen dons the green and gold TALENTED teenage Strand surfer Steffen Burrows is riding the crest of a dream wave after he was recently selected for the South African junior surfing team. Steffen’s selection for the 2012 national junior team means he will be surfing for SA at the 2012 Quiksilver ISA World Junior Championships at Playa Venao in Panama, South America, from 14 to 29 April. Steffen’s selection is the first for Boland surfing since 1999 and 2000, when twin sisters Penny and Tammy Robarts represented SA on international shores. His selection came about when he was included in the group of 15 of SA’s top u.16 and u.18 junior surfers who were invited by the Board of Surfing South Africa to surf in the 2012 SA junior team selection trials at New Pier in Durban over December. Steffen’s showcase of top-class surfing during the year continued at the trials, where he showed the selectors his mental and physical strength, as well as his ability to surf in any condition. The selection of the team was based on the performance of the selected surfers at the 2011 Junior South African Championships held earlier in the year – when Steffen earned himself a fourth place in the u.16 division and was selected as a member of the elite Hurley Coach Me programme – as well as the results and overall performance at the trial at New Pier. After a successful weekend of focused surfing by Steffen, the selectors were left with no choice but to include him in the national team. There are seven new caps in this
year’s national junior team. On arrival in Panama the South African juniors will first take on New Zealand in a “friendly” international. They will be competing for the Lotto SANZ Trophy, made from semiprecious New Zealand stone and South African yellow wood. This event has been running for the last 10 years; the trophy was firstpresentedinDurbanin2003,and is currently held by South Africa. Over 30 countries from five continents will bring their top junior surfers to the 2012 Quiksilver ISA World Junior Championships; it’s one of the premier events on the junior international surfing circuit as it provides an opportunity to showcase and launch a junior surfer’s international surfing career. The annual tournament determines the World Junior Team Champions, the World Junior ISA Tag Team Champions and medallists in the u.18 boys’ and girls’ and u.16 boys’ divisions. South Africa finished second behind hosts Peru in 2011 and returned home with two silver medals and a bronze. Steffen will be aiming for the u.16 champion title, which was won in 2003 by Jordy Smith, the current South African surfing phenomenon breaking ground on the international surfing scene. As with any international sporting event, these surfing events involve high financial costs. Any financial assistance for Steffen would be greatly appreciated. If you can help, please contact Shane or Penny at Natural Energy on 021 853 1151, or by emailing email@example.com.
Thursday, 26 January 2012 NEWS 1–15
Beach football tournament a triumph THE first ever beach football tournament held on Strand beach proved to be a winner, with 16 teams taking part and hundreds of spectators enjoying the action last weekend. The tournament was organised by the Strand Football Academy (SFA), which falls under the Strand Football Club (SFC). Ten senior and six junior teams fought it out for the coveted trophies, which were donated by the founder and president of the SFC, Edward van der Merwe. The winners of the senior tournament were Samwu FC from Lwandle, while the runners up were from the Strand Football Academy. South End Sporting were
the winners of the junior competition, while another team from the Strand FC Academy were the runners up. The SFA’s club secretary, Aghmat Daggia, says the organisers are thrilled with the outcome of their first ever beach football tournament. He says they received a lot of positive feedback from many of the seniors who played in the tournament, with many asking when another beach tournament would be held. “The tournament was played in a fantastic spirit, and there were no problems encountered on any of the days,” Daggia says. “I would firstly like to
A striker with the Blue Lions football team lets fly with an airborne strike during the beach football tournament presented by the Strand Football Academy last weekend. Photos: Peter Bee
thank our club president, Edward van der Merwe, for everything he has done for the club and its members. I would also like to thank the committee who organised the event, and who ensured it ran smoothly throughout the two days.” Members of the City of Cape Town’s Department of Social Development and the City’s Sport and Recreation Department were present during the event, and also provided gazebos and handed out brochures about the dangers of drugs. Every junior player who participated received a free boerewors roll and cold drink, along with free entry to the tournament. With the majority of the senior and junior matches played on Saturday, it was only the semifinals and finals of the two divisions, as well as the subsequent trophy presentation, that took place on Sunday morning. Strand Football Academy’s management were so pleased with the tournament that they are planning to hold another one later this year. Funds collected from the senior teams playing in the tournament will be used by the SFA for junior sports development in the Helderberg area. For more information on the SFC or the SFA, email 2 firstname.lastname@example.org or phone club secretary Aghmat Daggia on 0 021 845 9063.
BOLAND mountain bikers Dane Walsh (Somerset West) and Hanri Dalton (Stellenbosch) were the winners of the 24 Hours of Oak Valley mountain bike endurance race held last weekend. They completed the most laps of the 11 km circuit – which involved 250 m of climbing – over a period of 24 hours as solo riders. Walsh completed 30 laps, while Dalton managed 19. Walsh was joined on the men’s podium by Hentus Baard (also 30 laps) and Lance Stephenson (26). “It was the best 24 Hour ever! The event was great,” said Walsh. Dalton had a titanic battle with Anneline Trivella. But with 19 laps, she managed to pip Trivella by just one lap. Another Stellenbosch mountain biker, Dominique Provoyeur (14), finished third. The team competition was won by Rocky Mountain’s Jarred Haley, Timo Cooper, Mike Jacker and Martin Freyer, who completed 46 laps. A team from Somerset West Helderberg Cycle World managed second place in the team competition. The Helderberg was represented by Stephan van Zyl, Martin Rodenbach, Pieter Gildenhuys and Christiaan Kampfer. The Oak Valley Ladies – Elzaan Visser, Theresa Horn, Baredeen Zietsman and Mirian Stronkhorst – completed 24 laps. In the schools’ category, Paul Roos Gymnasium was victorious against two teams from Paarl Gymnasium. Edward Best, Stephan Senekal, Matthew Lombardi and James Buijs represented Paul Roos.
The management of the Strand Football Academy – Niel Bester (vice chairperson), Edward van der Merwe (president) and Aghmat Daggia (secretary) – say they were thrilled with the outcome of the tournament.
Walsh claims Oak Valley victory EUNICE VISAGIE
A player (in green and white) from a Strand team who called themselves The One easily dribbles past a Blue Lions player during one of the matches played on the beach on Saturday.
More than 300 riders participated in the event. This year Dirtopia, the organiser of the event, cut a new track for the race at Oak Valley – the wine estate that is now as famous for its mountain bike routes as for its wines. According to Dirtopia’s Meurant Botha, two thirds of the circuit are made up of single track, with over half of it blanketed by forest. “The tougher, longer lap (than previous years) made for a better race,” said Botha.
Yokoso: The Seiki Kan karate school instructors are ready and waiting to instruct students at the school this year. They are (back row, from left) Pietman Faasen, Marais Nieuwoudt, Machiel Mostert and Niel van Zyl (chief instructor). In front are Jackie Scholtz and Richard Kloosman. Towards the end of 2011 Nieuwoudt was awarded his shodan (first-dan black belt) and Mostert his sandan (third-dan black belt). The Seiki Kan dojo, one of the oldest karate schools in the Helderberg, is situated at Hendrik Louw Primary School in the Strand; anyone interested in joining the school may contact sensei Jackie Scholtz on 0 083 997 4765, sensei Niel van Zyl on 082 877 5335, or sensei Richard Kloosman, who runs the Rusthof and Macassar dojos, on 083 461 8919.
SHOOTING Sharp shootout: Secure Rite Armed Re-
Dane Walsh of Somerset West was the winner of the 24 Hours of Oak Valley. Photo: Chris Hitchcock
sponse held a tactical shooting competition at the Somerset West shooting range last Friday. Competitors had to scale walls, do push-ups, carry a “wounded” partner, run up a hill and sprint between tyres before shooting at a target.The top five shooters were (starting back row, from left) Herman Ras (first with 76% in 4 minutes and 43 seconds), Pierre Pietersen (third with 67% in 5:58) and Jacques Kuhn (second with 67% in 4:06). Front: Gerrit Olivier (fourth with 52% in 4:18) and Clive Bernardo (fifth with 51% in 5:44). This shoot was in preparation for the SA Reaction Man Competition to be held in August in Gauteng. The team are working hard at moving up from their current fifth place in the competition to a top-three ranking.
Thursday, 26 January 2012
Venter strikes the Cape Cobra – and wins TALENTED Somerset West u.16 cyclist Ivan Venter, a pupil at Parel Vallei High School, was the winner of the second leg of the Cycle Lab Cape Cobra road race held on Sunday 15 January. Venter, who cycles with the Yorkshire Cycling Academy, finished fourth in the first leg of the series in the u.16 category the week before. The u.16 Yorkshire Academy riders had an early wake-up call to participate in the 30 km Cape Cobra League race in Cape Town. It was a short race, but the hills tested the youngsters,whofinishedonthefourkilometre uphill of Ou Kaapse Weg. The academy was represented by Graeme Ockhuis, Ivan Venter, Lee Arthur Green, Nicol Carstens and Damian Davids. Stefan de Bod (Aca Joe), who was in second overall position after the first league last week, was the main threat to the riders. But the academy’s youngsters went into the race with a plan: first to attack was Davids, after about four kilometres into the race. It was up to De Bod and the other riders to chase him down. Green then launched his attack while the other academy riders played the role of “watch dogs”. Eventually it was Venter who took over the battle on Black Hill. He got away, only to be caught
again. Refusing to give up, he pushed hard and finally built a comfortable lead. On the last four-kilometre climb on Ou Kaapse Weg, De Bod started to chase, but had Carstens and Ockhuis on his wheel. These three riders got away from the main bunch. Ockhuis dropped back – and Venter crossed the finish line for a comfy win. Carstens sprinted to take second place and De Bod finished third. The riders are now preparing for the third league race – the Bauckaert & Soenen 72 km – that starts and finishes in Paarl this Sunday.
Two stumps standing: While Helderberg cricketers celebrate the fall of a wicket, Somerset West batsman Steve Southey starts the long walk back to the clubhouse during the match between the two teams played at Helderzicht on Saturday. See the back page for the full match report. Photos: Peter Bee
Ivan Venter (right) of the Yorkshire Cycling Academy won the u.16 Cape Cobra League race.
How was that? Helderberg cricketers Fahiem Adonis, Malcolm Stuurman, Vincent Castle, Adrian van Reenen and Jody Sylvester cheer the fall of another Somerset West wicket.
Hooked: Ebrahim Gafieldien hooks a sharply rising ball during the match as Helderberg slip fielder Mario Bougaard watches the action from up close.
De Beers aim for promotion FIRSTLY, my trivia question for the week: who scored their fifth hat trick of the season during the past weekend? The answer’s at the bottom. As promised in last week’s column, I shall start focusing a bit more on our local football going forward, especially at amateur level. The 110-year-old De Beers Football Club recently started pre-season training. Anyone interested may join members every Tuesday and Thursday at the club at 18:30. For more information about the club and practices, phone Alan Menteath on 0 084 400 0789, or visit www.debeersafc.co.za, where you can also register for the forthcoming season. Last week, De Beers chairperson Mark Lansdell told me his vision for the club this season is to uplift the level of junior footballers and coaches in the Helderberg. He explained that he plans to do this by forming an alliance with an established international academy structure. “Investment in the senior structure at the club over the past two years is starting to show results, as both the first and reserve teams finished within the top-four spots on the league last season, which in turn started attracting new sponsors to the club.” Numerous life members I spoke
to during the past week agreed that the first team must settle for nothing less than promotion this season after having come so close last year. One of them even said, “We belong in the Cape Town Tygerberg Premier Division, where we used to be for many years.” One evening last week I went to the beach around 19:00 and was very impressed to see how hard a women’s team was training up and down the beach, without a ball in sight. There are few better places to get fit for pre-season matches than the beach. This particular team was from Stellenbosch, and they campaign in the Absa women’s league. I’m really starting to lose my faith in match officials. On Sunday the officials yet again missed an unsavoury incident in the Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspurs match. The incident occurred after Mario Balotelli blatantly stamped on Scott Parker’s head for all the world to see – except for the referee and his linesmen. I would really like to know how they could have missed such an appalling infringement right under their noses. To add salt to the Spurs’ wounds, the very same player went on to win a penalty in the dying seconds of the match, and convert it to win the game for City. He should not even
have been on the pitch! This weekend brings the fourth round of the FA Cup to our screens, and no match stands out more than Saturday’s clash between Liverpool and Manchester United. This is also the first of my prediction games for the weekend, with the second being the Sunday kickoff between Arsenal and Aston Villa. Remember to get those scores in whatever way you choose, either by SMS to 0 083 229 8583 or email to 2 email@example.com. You can also find me on Facebook. On the leaderboard so far for January, four people are tied at the top with one point each, namely: André Boer, Chris Beukes, Jaryd Stone and Junaid Roopnarain. Well done guys for the good start! Youngsters aged between 6 and 10, remember that I offer coaching at Beaumont Primary School on Tuesdays and Fridays to all kids from all schools. Until next week,enjoy the FA Cup and Afcon. ) The answer to the trivia question above is Lionel Messi.
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Thursday, 26 January 2012 NEWS 1–15
Legend focus: Hennie Shields THIS week I had the opportunity to speak to one of the legends of the game – not only in the Helderberg, but in the country. He is Hennie Shields, one of six brothers from the famous Shields rugby family. Hennie started playing rugby at Dr GJ Joubert Primary School, later moving on to Gordon High. His first introduction to club rugby was at the Wesleys Club in Strand. When the club’s two regular centres left, Hennie was moved from
flank to centre, a move he will never regret. As a 20-year-old, Hennie made his debut for the SA Proteas against the touring British Lions, whose squad included players such as Phil Bennet and Gareth Edwards, and he will forever be remembered for showing his class as a crash-tackler. Other international games Hennie played in were against teams such as France in 1975 and the All Blacks in 1976. In 1979 Hennie was off to Wales to play for the South Af-
rican Barbarians against Llanelli. Thereafter he represented a world international team on a month-long tour alongside players such as Hugo Porto from Argentina. In 1980 he got one more crack at the British Lions while playing for the South African County Districts side. Other teams he represented include the SA u.24 Gazelles and the SA Federation teams. Over the years Hennie Shields has played with and against many greats of the game, such as Rob Louw, Naas Botha, Schalk Burger (senior), Laurie Mains, Wynand Claassen and Hennie Bekker. However, Hennie insists that the biggest influence in his rugby career was that of his older brother, Turkey Shields. After his playing days, Hennie coached Strand RFC all the way up to Super League B, and they came within a whisker of playing in the top league. Hennie’s sons, Christopher and Ashwin Shields, both play for Sir Lowrians.
Taariq van der Ross Hennie Shields (front left) and Schalk Burger senior (front right), when they played together for an SA Rugby Football Federation team in 1984 in Stellenbosch against a touring English team.
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Let the Helderberg Eagles soar AT junior level in the Helderberg, the regional teams are known as the Helderberg Eagles. So I was thinking about the possibility of starting a senior Helderberg Eagles side. I bring this topic up to try and find a solution to the state of club cricket in the Helderberg. As mentioned in a previous column, at one stage there were three cricket clubs from the Helderberg playing in the 1C league. At present we have two teams (Somerset West and Helderberg) in the 1D league, and the rest in the second division. Thankfully Helderberg and Somerset West have a great chance to get themselves back into the 1C league, which would be a great boost for cricket in the Helderberg. But how would a regional team boost cricket in the Helderberg? A number of players and administrators in the area believe this may be the way forward. I propose taking the top two or three clubs in the area and amalgamating their first teams. By doing this we will have a chance to put the best club cricketers in the Helderberg into one strong team. Although the team may not initially play in the 1A or 1B leagues, I’m convinced that – with the strength this team would possess – it wouldn’t be too long before they’d play there. All the amateur and franchise players come from the 1A and 1B leagues, so the level of cricket played here is good. The team could be run like a franchise – pick the best venue to practise at and spread the home matches around at the clubs being
represented. In doing this club cricket would be able to grow in the Helderberg and the team would be able to get better sponsors. The players who don’t make this regional side would play for their clubs’ second teams. This would make each club’s second team stronger, closing the huge gap between first and second teams and improving the quality of Helderberg cricket. At present many top youngsters who want to play at a higher level leave the area, but a team playing in the 1A or 1B league would give them a reason to stay. Quality local players such as Jaco Castle, Aziz Temoor and Emile Kriek currently play their cricket in Cape Town for this very reason. There is a lot that would have to happen before a team like this could become a reality, but it is certainly food for thought. Helderberg dominated day one of the topof-the-table derby clash against Somerset West, and are well positioned to win the match. Somerset West will have to dig really deep and pull out all the stops if they want to save the game. Congratulations to the Proteas for winning their one-day series against Sri Lanka. Next they travel to New Zealand – good luck boys!
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Somerset West batsman Peter Baumeister has a lucky escape during two-day derby against Helderberg as the ball bounces between slip fielders Malcolm Stuurman (left) and Charl Katts. The match resumes at the Helderzicht sports complex on Saturday with the visitors on 70/2 and still trailing in their second innings by 113 runs. Photo: Peter Bee
HCC have SW on the ropes catches in the opening overs, Helderberg continued to apply more pressure on Somerset West and were rewarded with wickets tumbling all around. Shaun Dicks (55) was the only batsman who stood firm. Helderberg’s bowlers put in a good performance and were well supported with great fielding, which resulted in Somerset West being bowled out for 83 runs. Charl Katts was the best bowler for Helderberg and excelled with figures of 6-3-27. Adrian van Reenen (4-2-16) and Larry Morkel (3-2-7) also
bowled really well, while Ibrahiem Latief (9-1-27) and Vincent Castle (91-7) chipped in with a wicket each. Helderberg got their batting innings off to a solid start, with openers Gary Jon Sylvester (12) and Fahiem Adonis (22) batting well. After Sylvester lost his wicket Larry Morkel came to the crease; playing with great maturity and responsibility, he scored freely to take his team to 85/2 after Adonis lost his wicket. Jody Sylvester (68) joined Morkel (64) at the wicket, and together they set the scene for player–coach
Mario Solomons (89), who took the visitors’ attack to pieces with some aggressive batting. Helderberg batted for the full 60 overs and accumulated an impressive 266 runs to give them a firstinnings lead of 184 runs. Somerset West got their second innings off to a better start, scoring a quick-fire 35 runs before substitute fielder Algrin Beukes ran out Ibrahiem Gafeldien. Somerset West’s in-form batsman Shaun Dicks was next to lose his wicket, and when play ended on day one Somerset West were on 70/2.
If Somerset West want to make a fight of this match and come away from it with some points on the log, they’re going to have to dig really deep and focus on the tough task ahead. Player–coach Solomons said after the clash that his team could feel very satisfied in the way they approached this match, and with the hard work they put in. He however warned that a lot more hard work lay ahead. The player of the day went to Mario Solomons (89) for his ruthless batting display.
SOMERSET West resume their second innings against Helderberg on Saturday on 70/2 and 113 runs behind the home team in the top-ofthe-log 1D match being played at the Helderzicht sports complex. Helderberg Cricket Club’s (HCC) captain Vincent Castle lost the toss and was asked to field first in this much-anticipated two-day derby. Somerset West soon regretted their decision when opening bowlers Vincent Castle and Charl Katts struck in their first couple of overs and had the visitors reeling on 25/2. Although they did drop a few